Pâté is a type of meat paste, terrine or pie.

Pate may also refer to:

  • Pate (musical instrument), a Samoan percussion instrument
  • Pate, pâte, or paste, a term for the interior body (non-rind portion) of cheese, described by its texture, density, and color
  • Pâte à choux, a type of light pastry dough used especially to make filled pastries such as éclairs.
  • Paté, the Virgin Islands version of empanadas, a type of meat or vegetable-filled fried-dough snack commonly eaten in many Caribbean countries, including the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
  • Pâté (film), a film by Agnieszka Wojtowicz-Vosloo
  • Patē, the Māori name for the tree Schefflera digitata
  • The crown of the head (e.g., "baldpate", describing a bald person)
  • People

  • Alan Pate, American golfer
  • Danny Pate, American cyclist
  • James Leonard Pate, former chairman of Pennzoil-Quaker State Company
  • Janez Pate, Slovenian football manager and former player
  • Jerry Pate, American golfer
  • Randolph M. Pate, 21st Commandant of the Marine Corps
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