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Opus may refer to:
Books and magazines
- Opus (comic strip)
- Opus the Penguin, title character of the strip
- Opus (manga), a manga by Satoshi Kon
- Opus (University of Newcastle magazine), student newspaper of the University of Newcastle, Australia
- Opus (classical record magazine), an American magazine
- Opus (play), a 2006 play by Michael Hollinger
- Opus (audio format), an audio coding format
- Opus (microkernel), an operating system kernel
- Opus-CBCS, a computer bulletin board system
- Directory Opus, a file manager program
- OPUS (software), digital repository software
- OPUS (chromatography), a line of chromatography columns manufactured by Repligen Corporation
- Opus Group Berhad, a consortium of several different companies
- Opus Energy, an electricity and gas supplier based in the United Kingdom
- LRT Opus, a Lithuanian radio station
- Opus College of Business, United States
- OPUS card, a card used for public transit in Quebec, Canada
- Opus, a bus manufactured by Optima Bus Corporation
- Opus (mythology), a son of Zeus
- Opus, Greece, a city in Ancient Greece
- Opus (Austrian band), an Austrian pop-rock group
- Opus (Yugoslav band), a former Yugoslav progressive rock group
- Pur (band), a German pop group originally known as "Opus"
- Opus (Opus album), a 1987 album by Austrian band Opus
- Opus (Schiller album), a 2013 album by German music project Schiller
- Opus, a 2007 collection album by Mr. Sam
- Opus 1 (album), the 1975 album by the Yugoslav band Opus
- Opus III (band), an English electronic pop group
- Opus 111 a French classical record label bought by Naive, named after Beethoven's French sonata Op. 111
- Mr. Holland's Opus, a 1995 film starring Richard Dreyfuss
- Magnum opus, an artist's greatest work
- Opus Dei (disambiguation)
- Work (disambiguation), in Latin
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