Kaus (disambiguation)

Kaus (disambiguation)

Kaus may refer to:

* Kaus, national god of the Edomites
* Kaus Australis, a traditional name of the star Epsilon Sagittarii
* Kai Kaus, an eleventh-century ruler of several provinces on the south shore of the Caspian Sea
* Mickey Kaus, a journalist and author best known for writing Kausfiles, a "mostly political" blog featured on Slate.com
* Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, a commercial airport with ICAO code KAUS.

ee also

* Kos (disambiguation)

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