Ostara (disambiguation)


Ostara (disambiguation)

Ostara may refer to:

  • the Old High German for "Easter", cognate to Anglo-Saxon Ēostre
  • Ostara (Wicca), the Neopagan and Wiccan festival celebrated around spring equinox
  • The asteroid 343 Ostara
  • The American Artemis class attack cargo ship USS Ostara (1944–1946), named after the asteroid
  • Ostara (magazine), a 20th century occult publication of Lanz von Liebenfels
  • Ostara (band), a neo-folk musical group
  • Ostara (album), an album by The Wishing Tree

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