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Sprite most commonly refers to:
- Sprite (entity), legendary creatures such as elves, fairies and pixies
- Sprite (drink), a lemon-lime beverage produced by Coca-Cola
- Sprite (computer graphics), a smaller bitmap composited onto another by hardware or software
Sprite or SPRITE may also refer to:
- Sprite butterflies, certain skipper butterfly genera in subfamily Pyrginae, tribe Celaenorrhini:
- Sprite melon, a type of sweet melon cultivated in North Carolina
- Water sprite, the freshwater fern Ceratopteris thalictroides
- Sedge sprite, a species of damselfly in the family Coenagrionidae
- Sprite possum, an extinct marsupial
- Sprite (Eternal), a fictional member of the race of Eternals in the Marvel Comics Universe
- Sprites in the Rainbow Brite television series
- Shine Sprites, fictional objects from the video game Super Mario Sunshine
- Sprite (Artemis Fowl)
- Sprite (Dungeons & Dragons)
- Sprites (band), an independent music group from USA
- "Sprite" (song), by Beat Crusaders on the album Sexcite!
- Austin-Healey Sprite, a British car
- Practavia Sprite, a British two-seat homebuilt training or touring aircraft
- Schweizer SGS 1-36 Sprite, an American sailplane design
- Sprite (motorcycle), a historical British make of motorcycle
- De Havilland Sprite, a British rocket engine
- Sprite-class tanker, a class of spirit tankers of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary
- Femtosatellites on the KickSat project were called "Sprites"
- Sprite (spacecraft) (and Sprites (spacecraft)), miniaturized interstellar spacecraft
- Sprite (lightning), a large-scale electrical discharge that occurs high above thunderstorm clouds
- SPRITE (IR detector), a specialist detector device using a process known as signal processing in the element
- Sprite Animation Studios
- Sprite Animation Toolkit
- Sprite (operating system), an operating system developed at the University of California, Berkeley
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