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Ursus is Latin for bear. It may also refer to:
- Ursus (praefectus urbi), praefectus urbi of Constantinople in 415-416
- Ursus of Solothurn (died 286), 3rd-century Roman Christian venerated as a saint
- Ursus of Auxerre (died 508), bishop of that city in the 6th century
- Saint Ursus (disambiguation), the name of several Christian saints
- Reimarus Ursus (sixteenth-century), an astronomer and imperial mathematician to Rudolf II
- Ursus, a pen-name of Ambrose Bierce.
- Ursus, the bodyguard of Ligia, a minor character in the novel Quo Vadis
- Ursus, a character in Victor Hugo's novel The Man Who Laughs
- General Ursus (Planet of the Apes), a gorilla character in Beneath the Planet of the Apes
- Ursus (film character), a fictional character in a series of 1960's Italian adventure films
- Ursus (film), 1961 Italian film
Science and technology
- Ursus (genus), a genus of bears
- Ursus (journal), a scientific journal published by the International Association for Bear Research and Management
- Ursus Tractor Factory, Poland
- Ursus A, a series of Polish lorries and buses from the 1920s.
- Samochód pancerny wz. 29, Polif armoder car year 1929 model
- Ursus (beer), a Romanian beer
- Ursus (vodka), an Icelandic vodka
- Ursus, Warsaw, a borough of Warsaw, Poland
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