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Terran may refer to:
Terran (demonym) is demonym derived from terra, the Latin term for Earth.
- Terran Federation (Starship Troopers), a government in the 1959 science fiction novel Starship Troopers
- Terran Trade Authority, the government in a collection of four large illustrated science fiction books
- Terran Federation (Blake's 7), a government in the science fiction TV series Blake's 7
- The Terran Empire, a mirror universe alternative to the United Federation of Planets in several episodes of the Star Trek franchise
- Terran Republic, the authoritarian government in the Planetside series
- Terran Federation (Starfire), a government in the Starfire board wargame universe
- Terrans, a humanoid race from the RTS game Star Command: Revolution
- Terran (StarCraft), the name given to the humans in the StarCraft science fiction series
- Terran Confederation (Wing Commander), the primary human government in the Wing Commander science fiction series
- Terran system, the home star system of Earth located in sector 001 in "Star Trek The Next Generation" episode " Best of Both Worlds" season 3
- Terrans, the human faction from the game Galaxy on Fire
- Terran Planet A type of colonizable planet in Sins of a Solar Empire
- In the infamous Descent franchise features the Post Terran Mining Corporation (PTMC) as a major player
- Tony Terran (born 1926), Los Angeles session musician and trumpet player
- Jennifer Terran, American singer-songwriter and pianist
- Terran Sandwith (born 1972), retired Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman who played eight games in the National Hockey League
- Terran Justice Gregory is an associate project director at Blizzard Entertainment for World of Warcraft.
- Terran (grape), alternative name used in Eastern Europe for the Mondeuse Noire wine grape
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