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Mimas may refer to:
- Mimas (Giant), son of Gaia in Greek mythology, one of the Gigantes
- Mimas (Aeneid), a son of Amycus and Theono, born the same night as Paris, who escorted Aeneas to Italy
- Karaburun, a town and district in Turkey, formerly called Mimas in reference to the Giant
- Mimas (moon), in astronomy, a moon of Saturn marked by a giant crater on its surface
- Mimas (moth), a genus of hawk moths
- Mimas (data centre), a UK national academic data centre at the University of Manchester
- Mimas (band), a Denmark-based post-rock band
- Mimas, a centaur mentioned in the archaic Greek epic poem, the Shield of Heracles, at line 182
- Mimas, grandfather of Aeolus, the keeper of the Winds in the Odyssey
Pronounced with a final /z/ sound, it may be:
- Mima mounds, the unexplained geological formations found on the Mima Prairie, as well as other locations
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