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Lucas may refer to several things.
People bearing the surname Lucas
- See Lucas (surname)
People bearing the given name Lucas
- Lucas Biglia, Argentine footballer currently playing for RSC Anderlecht
- Lucas Bolsius, Dutch historian and politician
- Lucas Bryant, actor
- Lucas Cranach the Elder, painter
- Lucas Cranach the Younger, painter
- Lucas Cruikshank, teenage internet celebrity
- Édouard Lucas, French mathematician
- Lucas González Amorosino (born 1985), Argentine rugby player
- Lucas Grabeel, actor
- Lucas Hartong (born 1963), Dutch politician
- Lucas Leiva, Brazilian footballer currently playing for Liverpool
- Lucas Lobos, Argentine footballer currently playing for Tigres de la UANL
- Lucas Martins (born 1988), Brazilian mixed martial artist
- Lucas Matthysse, Argentine boxer
- Lucas Neill, Australian footballer currently playing for Galatasaray
- Lucas Papademos, Greek bank official and prime minister
- Lucas Pérez Martínez, Spanish footballer currently playing for PAOK F.C.
- Lucas Rios Marques, Brazilian footballer currently playing for Figueirense
- Lucas Saatkamp (born 1986), Brazilian volleyball player; generally known as "Lucas" or "Lucão"
- Lucas Secon, Danish-American rapper
- Lucas Severino, Brazilian footballer currently playing for FC Tokyo
- Lucas Vita, Brazilian water polo player
- Lucas Zen, Brazilian footballer currently playing for Botafogo
- Jefferson Lucas Azevedo dos Santos, Brazilian footballer
- Lucas, Brazilian footballer currently playing for Paris Saint-Germain
- Lucas (Mother 3), main character of the 2006 video game Mother 3
- Lucas, male protonagist of the games Pokémon Diamond and Pearl
- Lucas Bly, main character of the 1986 film, Lucas
- Lucas Delos, one of the main characters in the Starcrossed trilogy by Josephine Angelini
- Lucas Fitzgerald, character in the Network Ten soap opera Neighbours
- Lucas Hay, character in Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks
- Lucas Hellinger, character in the television series, "FlashForward"
- Lucas Holden, character in the soap opera Home and Away
- Lucas Jackson, name of Paul Newman's character in "Cool Hand Luke"
- Lucas Johnson, character in the BBC soap opera EastEnders
- Lucas Kane, main character in the Fahrenheit video game
- Lucas McCain, name of character played by Chuck Connors in "The Rifleman" TV series
- Lucas North, one of the main characters of the television series, "Spooks"
- Lucas Roberts, character on the NBC soap opera Days of our Lives
- Lucas Ross, character in Evernight, by Claudia Gray
- Lucas Scott, teen character on One Tree Hill
- Lucas Valieri, a character in Degrassi: The Next Generation
- Lucas Wolenczak, teenage character on SeaQuest DSV
- Lucas Industries, manufacturer of components for the motor and aerospace industry.
- S. Lucas, painting contractor and fitout specialist
- Lucas Oil, manufacturer of various "high-performance" motor oils and related products.
- In the United States
- Lucas Township (disambiguation)
- Lucas, Illinois
- Lucas, Iowa
- Lucas, Kansas
- Lucas, Kentucky
- Lucas, Ohio
- Lucas County, Ohio
- Lucas, Texas
- Lucas, Wisconsin
- Lucas, West Virginia
- In Australia
- A.B. Lucas Secondary School, London, Ontario, Canada
- Leeds University Centre for African Studies, also known as LUCAS
- Luca Family Singers, also known as "The Lucas"
- Lucas (album) (2007), an album by Skeletons and the Kings of All Cities
- Lucas critique
- Lucas (film) (1986)
- Lucas Industries plc and Lucas Automotive, former UK automotive and aerospace component manufacturers
- Lucas (novel) (2002), by Kevin Brooks
- LucasVarity, UK motor parts manufacturer
- Laboratory Unit for Computer Assisted Surgery, a system used for surgical planning, in computer assisted surgery
- Lucas Oil Stadium, a venue for sporting events in the United States city of Indianapolis, Indiana
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