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Vesper means evening in Classical Latin. It may also refer to:



  • Heike Vesper (born 1970), German marine biologist
  • Iulian Vesper (1908–1986), Romanian writer
  • Rose Vesper, member of the Ohio House of Representatives (1993–2000)
  • Rudolf Vesper (born 1939), East German Olympic gold medalist in Greco-Roman wrestling
  • Will Vesper (1882–1962), German author and literary critic

Arts, entertainment, and media[edit]

  • Vesper (novel), a young-adult novel by Jeff Sampson
  • Vesper, an organization in the manga and anime series Mahoromatic
  • Vesper, a banshee with unusually magical singing abilities from animated television series Mysticons
  • Vesper Family, a family in the book series The 39 Clues
  • Vesper Holly, a character from a book series by Lloyd Alexander
  • Vesper Lynd, a character in the James Bond novel and film Casino Royale



Other uses[edit]

  • Vesper (cocktail), a martini-style alcoholic beverage recipe created by Ian Fleming
  • Vesper, the Roman equivalent of the Greek demigod (later deified) Hesperus
  • HMS Vesper (D55), a British destroyer in commission in the Royal Navy from 1918 to the 1920s and from 1939 to 1945
  • Vesper, name given to planet Venus at sunset

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