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Juba (or Iuba) was a Roman cognomen, originally used by kings of Numidia.

Jubaland is a region in southern Somalia, bounded by the Jubba River, formerly known as the Juba River.

Juba is a city in southern Sudan.

Master Juba was the stage name of William Henry Lane, who danced in minstrel shows in the 1840s, one of the first black performers in the United States. The Juba Dance is attributed to him.

Juba is a 1998 documentary about tap dance.

In biology, the Juba skipper Hesperis juba is a butterfly.

Juba is also the penname of a Finnish cartoonist.