2 a late afternoon or evening worship service
EtymologyCognates include Ancient Greek sc=polytonic, Old Church Slavonic sc=Cyrs and Armenian sc=Armn.
Vesper can refer to:
- Hesperus, Latinized form of Hesperos, a Greek mythological figure (Roman Vesper)
- Vesper Lynd, a fictional character of Ian Fleming's James Bond novel Casino Royale
- Vesper, Saskatchewan, formerly a village Southwest of Swift Current, Saskatchewan, now abandoned. No buildings remain.
- Vesper (cocktail), a Martini style Alcoholic beverage recipe created by Ian Fleming
- Vesper or shaken, not stirred, a manner in which to prepare a martini, as described in Ian Fleming's James Bond novel Casino Royale
- Vesper mission, a planned Venus chemistry and dynamics orbiter of the NASA Discovery Program, to be managed by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center
- Vesper the name of two, short comic book series published by Acetylene Comis.
- Vesper, Wisconsin, USA, village with population of 527 located in the center of the state.
vesper in German: Vesper
vesper in Dutch: Vesper
vesper in Finnish: Vesper
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