[[caption-width-right:350:On the left: 2001 thriller movie.\\
On the right: [[Disney/{{Tangled}} Seventy feet of golden hair.]]]]

->''"There's this bald boy, who can control the wind... Oops! Wrong WesternAnimation/{{Avatar|The Last Airbender}}..."''
-->-- '''[[WebVideo/BumReviews Chester A. Bum]]''' reviewing Creator/JamesCameron's ''Film/{{Avatar}}.''

This is when several works share a name. They could even be different media. And yet they're completely unrelated.

Essentially, NamesTheSame when applied to works. When the names are slightly different, it might be a case of TranslationMatchmaking. If the titles are identical to each other except for an added article in either ("a," "the," etc.), for instance ''Film/{{Following}}'' and ''Series/TheFollowing,'' we'll count them too.

Compare StockEpisodeTitles. See also RecycledTitle, which is when a work set in the same fictional universe uses the same title as an earlier one.

This is so prevalent that Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} developed the Disambiguation system to address this and similar issues (like common surnames). So have we, actually--see the AmbiguityIndex for a list.

For those unfamiliar with intellectual property laws, titles can't be copyrighted and it's totally legal to name a work with the same name as another one, however, if the title is trademarked, then you can't. Trademark covers a series/franchise, not a single work.

'''Care must be taken to make sure this doesn't become a militant InNameOnly. This is strictly when two works just happen to share the same name, not an adaptation/sequel/remake that bears no resemblance to the previous work'''.

!!Examples (alphabetical by title)
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* [[SimilarlyNamedWorks/NumbersToC #-C]]
* [[SimilarlyNamedWorks/DToG D-G]]
* [[SimilarlyNamedWorks/HToL H-L]]
* [[SimilarlyNamedWorks/MToP M-P]]
* [[SimilarlyNamedWorks/QToS Q-S]]
* [[SimilarlyNamedWorks/TToV T-V]]
* [[SimilarlyNamedWorks/WToZ W-Z]]