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Hades may mean:
- Hades in Christianity, according to the New Testament the place where the dead will be. See also Sheol.
- Christian views on Hell
- HADES (software), a signal processing system
- Hades (data access software), a utility library for work with Data Access Objects
- Hades Simulation Framework, the Hamburg Design System, a framework for interactive simulation
- Hades Almighty, a black metal band
- Hades Records, a record label
- A song by Finnish melodic death metal band Kalmah, from their 2000 album Swamplord
- A song by Finnish Industrial Death-Black Metal band Turmion Kätilöt, from their 2008 album U.S.C.H!
- A song by Japanese rock band Dir en grey from their EP Six Ugly
- Hades (DC Comics), a foe of Wonder Woman
- Hades (Honorverse), a fictional maximum security prison in the David Weber's Honorverse
- Hades (Disney), the villain from the 1997 Disney film Hercules
- The Gray Wastes of Hades, also known as Hades, a Dungeons and Dragons plane
- A hypothetical planet used in Uranian astrology
- Hades (The Hills Have Eyes) a character from The Hills Have Eyes series of films
- Hades (Saint Seiya), the Greek god Hades as used as a character in the Saint Seiya fictional scenario
- Hades Nebula, a videogame
- Acheron Hades, foe of Thursday Next from the books of Jasper Fforde.
- A neutron star in the Delta Pavonis system in the novel Revelation Space by Alastair Reynolds.
- Hades Fairy Tail Anime, guild master of Grimoire Heart and former second master of Fairy Tail Guild.
- Hades (film), a 1995 German film
- Hades, a gun in the Zombies mode of Call of Duty: Black Ops.
- Hades (butterfly), a genus of metalmark butterflies from Central America
- Hades (horse), a New Zealand Thoroughbred racehorse
- Hades (moon), an informal name from 1955 to 1975 for Jupiter IX: it is now called Sinope
- Hadès (missile), a French nuclear ballistic missile system
- Lena Hades (Лена Хейдиз), a Russian artist
- Hades 360, a roller coaster at Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park
- The word "hades" may be one syllable, being a form of the verb and noun "to hade", which is a miners' term for the way that a geologic fault has slipped, or in geology the angle of inclination from the vertical of a vein (geology), fault, or lode
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