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The Fates were three European mythological goddesses (although the numbers differed in certain eras and cultures) and may refer to:
- Moirai, the Fates of Greek mythology
- Parcae, the Fates of Roman mythology
- Sudice (mythology), the Fates of Slavic mythology
- Norns, the Fates of Norse mythology and related to other female deities in Germanic paganism
- Three Witches, characters in Shakespeare's Macbeth
- The Fates, characters in Disney's Hercules
- Fates (album), a 2006 album by Erik Mongrain
- The Sisters of Fate, the Greek Fates who control the Threads of Fate, later killed by Kratos.
- Matres and Matrones, ancient deities venerated in northwestern Europe
- Fate (disambiguation)
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