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Judas (Greek: Ιούδας) is the anglicized Greek rendering of the Hebrew name Yehudah (Hebrew: יְהוּדָה).
Judas may refer to:
- Judas Iscariot, the apostle of Jesus Christ who betrayed him
- Judas the Zealot
- Judas of Galilee, also Judas of Gamala, Jewish revolt leader
- Judas, in whose house on the Street called Straight in Damascus Saul of Tarsus regained his sight
- Robin van Persie, dutch footballer
- "Judas" (ballad), a ballad from the 13th century
- "Judas" (song), a 2011 song by Lady Gaga from Born This Way
- "Judas", a 1986 song by Helloween
- "Judas", a 1993 song by Depeche Mode from Songs of Faith and Devotion
- "Judas", a 2007 song by Kelly Clarkson from My December
- "Judas", a 2008 song by Cage the Elephant from their eponymous debut album.
- "Judas", a 2008 song by The Verve from Forth
- "Judas kiss", a song by Metallica from Death magnetic
Other uses 
- Judas (manga), a manga by Suu Minazuki
- Gospel of Judas, an ancient Gnostic Gospel
- Judas, a character in Dungeon Explorer
- Judas, a character in Tales of Destiny 2
- Judas, a character in The Binding of Isaac
People with the name 
- Judas Thomas Didymus or Saint Thomas
- Judas Thaddaeus, son of James, one of the twelve apostles
- Judas Barsabbas, emissary of the Church of Jerusalem to the Church at Antioch
- Judas Cyriacus, man said to have assisted Helena of Constantinople find the True Cross
- Judas Maccabeus, founder of the Hasmonean dynasty
See also 
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