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Essence is the attribute (or set of attributes) that make an object or substance what it fundamentally is.
Essence may also refer to:
- The essential oil of a given substance
- Essence (poetry journal), edited and published by Connecticut poet/author, Joseph Payne Brennan, New Haven, CT. Forty-seven (47) issues, I - XLVII, 1950-1977.
- Essence (magazine), an African American magazine with a primarily female readership
- Essence (John Lewis album), 1962
- Essence (Don Ellis album), 1962
- Essence (Eric Kloss album), 1973
- Essence, a 2000 album by A Guy Called Gerald
- Essence (Lucinda Williams album), 2001, or the title song
- Essence (Electronic Surveillance System for the Early Notification of Community-based Epidemics), a United States Department of Defense health-protection initiative
- Essence (yacht), an American yacht sank in a collision with a cargo ship on 29 April 2009
- "Essence" (The X-Files), a 2001 episode of television show The X-Files
- Essence, a measure of a living being's lifeforce in the role-playing game Shadowrun
- Essence, the mystical force in the pen and paper role-playing game Exalted
- Essence, an OMG standard on software engineering created by the SEMAT initiative
- Extract used as a food flavoring
- Essence, a digital ad agency
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