Metis (μῆτις) meant "cunningness" or "wisdom, craft, skill" in Ancient Greek.
Metis may also refer to:
- Métis people (Canada), a mixed-race people of Canada
- Metis (mythology), a Titaness and the first wife of Zeus
- Metis (moon), the innermost of Jupiter's known moons
- Metis (software), business modeling software
- Metis (Japanese musician), a Japanese reggae singer
- Metis (American musician), an American rapper
- Metis (World of Darkness), a fictional breed of werewolves in the role-playing game Werewolf: The Apocalypse
- Metis Shoal, the tip of a submarine volcano in Tonga, which occasionally erupts to form the temporary island Late'iki
- 9 Metis, an asteroid
- 9К115-2 Metis-M, a Russian anti–tank missile system
- Métis (of French origin, cognate of mestizo), people of mixed race
- Métis people (United States), an Aboriginal people of the United States
- Metis TransPacific Airlines, a Canadian airline based in Vancouver
- Métis-sur-Mer, Quebec, Canada
- Grand-Métis, Quebec, Canada
- St. Paul, Alberta, formerly Saint-Paul-des-Métis, Canada
- Metiş, a village in Mihăileni Commune, Sibiu County, Romania
- The Mid-infrared imager and Spectrograph (METIS) for the European Extremely Large Telescope
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