Ceres

Ceres commonly refers to:

  • Ceres (dwarf planet), smallest of the five identified dwarf planets, originally classified as a planet, and later as the largest asteroid, and then most recently as a dwarf planet
  • Ceres (Roman mythology), the Roman goddess of agriculture

Ceres may refer to:

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Other countries

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In fiction

  • Ceres, Celestial Legend (Ayashi no Ceres), an anime/manga work
  • Sailor Ceres, aka CereCere, a character in Sailor Moon
  • Seras Victoria, a character in the anime/manga Hellsing, of which an alternate romanization is "Ceres"
  • Ceres Space Colony, from the video game Super Metroid
  • Geoffrey Fourmyle of Ceres, one of the identities of Gulliver Foyle, in the Alfred Bester book The Stars My Destination
  • The Ceres Ocean, in the alternate Earth of the Ace Combat video game series

Other uses

  • Ceres (workstation), a computer workstation built at ETH Zürich
  • Ceres series (disambiguation), several series of postage stamps representing the goddess Ceres
  • HMS Ceres, three ships of the British Royal Navy
  • Ceres, a West Cornwall Railway steam locomotive
  • Toyota Corolla Ceres a compact, 4-door hardtop sold in Japan
  • Céres, a French Minerve class submarine
  • Ceres (2005), an orchestral work by Mark-Anthony Turnage
  • CAC Ceres, a crop-duster aircraft manufactured in Australia
  • Ceres Connection, a cooperative program between MIT's Lincoln Laboratory and the Society for Science and the Public dedicated for promoting science education
  • Ceres Futebol Clube, a Brazilian football team from the city of Rio de Janeiro
  • Ceres Koekedouw Dam, dam on the Koekedouw River, near Ceres, Western Cape, South Africa
  • Ceres School, a historic school building located at Ceres in Allegany County, New York.
  • Ceres Storm, a 2000 science fiction novel by American author David Herter

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  • Ceres — Cérès Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. « Cérès » fait généralement référence à : Cérès, déesse romaine de l agriculture, des moissons et de la fécondité ; (1) Cérès,… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • CERES — Saturni et Opis filia, frugum inventrix, et cultûs terae. Virg. l. 1. Georg. v. 147. Prima Ceres ferrô mortales vertere terram Instituit: cum iam glandes atque arbuta sacrae Deficerent silvae, et victum Dodona negaret. Ex qua Iuppiter Proserpinam …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Ceres — CERES, ĕris, Gr. Δημήτηρ, τρος, (⇒ Tab. IX.) 1 §. Namen. Der Namen Ceres soll nach einigen von Gero, ich trage, herkommen, und so viel, als Geres seyn, weil die Erde, die durch die Ceres bemerket wird, Früchte trage. Cicero de N.D. l. II. c. 26.… …   Gründliches mythologisches Lexikon

  • Ceres — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El término Ceres puede referirse a: Ceres, el planeta enano ubicado en el cinturón de asteroides del sistema solar, también denominado (1) Ceres; Ceres, la diosa de la tierra y de la agricultura en la mitología… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Ceres — Ceres, Celestial Legend Ayashi no Ceres яп. 妖しのセレス Аяси но Сэрэсу (Киридзи) Подозрительная Церера (неоф.рус) Жанр сёдзё, романтика, фэнтези, приключения Манга Автор Юу Ватасэ …   Википедия

  • Cérès — astéroïde de 900 km de diamètre, qui parcourt autour du Soleil une orbite de 2,8 UA en 1 680 jours. Cérès déesse latine des Moissons, identifiée à la Déméter grecque. ⇒CÉRÈS, subst. fém. MYTH. CLASS. [P. allus. à la déesse des moissons, symbole… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Ceres —    CERES, a parish, in the district of Cupar, county of Fife; containing, with the villages of Chance Inn and Craigrothie, 2944 inhabitants, of whom 1079 are in the village of Ceres, 2¼ miles (S. E.) from Cupar. This place, of which the name is… …   A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

  • CERES — may refer to:* CERES Community Environment Park (Centre for Education and Research in Environmental Strategies), a community environmental park in Melbourne, Australia. * Clouds and the Earth s Radiant Energy System, an on going NASA… …   Wikipedia

  • Ceres — Ceres, griech. Demeter, d.h. Erdmutter (nach anderer Ableitung die Gerstengeberin), in der Religion der Griechen und Römer von großer Wichtigkeit. Sie ist die Spenderin des Aerntesegens, durch ihre Tochter Proserpina die unterirdische zeugende… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Ceres — Ceres, CA U.S. city in California Population (2000): 34609 Housing Units (2000): 10773 Land area (2000): 6.937592 sq. miles (17.968279 sq. km) Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km) Total area (2000): 6.937592 sq. miles… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

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