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Regulus may also mean:
- Regulus, a Latin name for the Basilisk
- Regulus is a star.
- Regulus is the locus of lines meeting three given skew lines.
- Saint Regulus, early Christian saint, purported to have brought the relics of St. Andrew to Scotland
- Saint Regulus (San Regolo), Christian saint, venerated in Italy
- Marcus Atilius Regulus, a Roman consul
- Marcus Aquilius Regulus, a Roman who is discussed in the works of Pliny the Younger
- Regulus, the metallic form of antimony
- Regulus, the end-product of metallic ore smelting
- Regulus, an alchemical symbol (variously 🜲, 🜳, 🜴, or 🜵) for the regulus-producing process
- Regulus, a story named for the consul, in Rudyard Kipling's Stalky & Co. collection
- Regulus is the name of a Nemean Lion that is currently employed under Sairaorg Bael's peerage in the light novel series Highschool DxD.
- Regulus, one of the main characters in the Bomberman 64 and The Second Attack video games
- Regulus, the first chapter in the Weapon Master mode of the Soulcalibur II computer game
- Regulus, the central city of Mechanus, and the seat of the One and the Prime, in the Planescape Dungeons and Dragons cosmology
- Regulus Black, a fictional character from the Harry Potter series of novels by J. K. Rowling
- Demon Regulus, a fallen Angel
- Leo Regulus, the Leo Gold Saint from the manga Saint Seiya: The Lost Canvas
- Regulus, a black cat that sits atop the register of the "L'arrière-boutique" in Sartre's Les Jeux Sont Faits
- Regulus Grammar Compiler, a system for compiling unification grammars into grammars for speech recognition systems
- Regulus Group, a subsidiary of 3i Infotech Limited
- Regulus, an EDMS by DMI, bought by Emerson Electric Company and renamed as Syncade
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