Mount is often used as part of the name of specific mountains, e.g. Mount Everest. Mount or Mounts may also refer to:


* Mounts, Indiana, a community in Gibson County, Indiana, United States


* Mount (surname) * William L. Mounts (1862–1929), American lawyer and politician

Computing and software

* Mount (computing), the process of making a file system accessible * Mount (Unix), the utility in Unix-like operating systems which mounts file systems

Displays and equipment

* Mount, a fixed point for attaching equipment, such as a hardpoint on an airframe * Mount, a hanging scroll for mounting paintings * Mount, to display an item on a heavy backing such as foamcore, e.g.: ** To attach a picture or a painting to a support, followed by framing it ** To pin a biological specimen, on a heavy backing in a stretched stable position for ease of dissection or display ** To prepare dead animals for display in taxidermy * Lens mount, an interface used to fix a lens to a camera * Mounting, placing a cover slip on a specimen on a microscopic slide * Telescope mount, a device used to support a telescope * Weapon mount, equipment used to secure an armament * Picture mount


* Mount (grappling), a grappling position * Mount, to board an apparatus used for gymnastics, such as a balance beam

Other uses

* Mount, in copulation, the union of the sex organs in mating * Mount, a riding animal * Mount, or Vahana, an animal or mythical entity closely associated with a particular deity in Hindu mythology * Mount, to add butter to a sauce in order to thicken it, as with ''beurre monté''

See also

* * * The Mount (disambiguation) * Mountain (disambiguation) * Massif (disambiguation) * Hill (disambiguation) {{disambiguation