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Scotus may refer to:
- SCOTUS (or SCotUS), the acronym for the Supreme Court of the United States
- Scotus Academy, a Catholic all-boys day school
- Scotus Central Catholic High School, a private school in Nebraska
- Scotus College a Scottish seminary in Glasgow
People named Scotus or Scottus:
- Aaron Scotus (died 1052), Scottish abbot
- Blessed Marianus Scotus (died circa 1088), Irish saint
- David the Scot (died circa 1138), Bishop of Bangor
- David Scotus (died 1139), Irish historian
- Duns Scotus (died 1308), Scottish theologian and philosopher of the High Middle Ages
- Haddingtonus Scotus (1467-1550), Scottish philosopher
- Joseph Scottus (died near 800), Irish deacon, scholar, diplomat, poet, and ecclesiastic
- Johannes Scotus Eriugena (circa 815–877), Irish theologian
- John Scotus (Bishop of Dunkeld) (12th century), Bishop of St Andrews and Dunkeld
- John Scotus (Bishop of Mecklenburg) (circa 990–1066), Bishop of Mecklenburg and Glasgow
- Marianus Scotus (circa 1028–1082), Irish monk
- Marianus Scotus died near 1088, Irish abbot of St Peter's at Ratisbon (Regensburg)
- Marius Scotus (8th-9th century), a Scottish paladin of Charlemagne, who helped the Franks defeat the Longobards and founded the Italian Marescotti-Ruspoli noble family
- Michael Scot (Latin: Michael Scotus) (1175 – c.1232), medieval mathematician and scholar.
- Sedulius Scottus (9th century), Irish teacher, grammarian and Scriptural commentator
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