- Orcus (disambiguation)
Orcus was a Roman god of the underworld.
Orcus can also refer to:
- Orcus (Dungeons & Dragons), a demon prince in the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game
- 90482 Orcus, a Trans-Neptunian object
- Orcus (genus), a genus of ladybird
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