Ray may refer to:
- Ray (surname)
- Ray (given name)
- Ray, Alabama
- Ray, Arizona
- Ray, Indiana and Michigan
- Ray, North Dakota
- Ray, Minnesota
- Ray County, Missouri, a county in the United States
- Ray Township, Michigan, a township in Macomb County
- Ray, Iran
- Ray, South Khorasan, Iran
- Ray Mountain, a volcano in British Columbia, Canada
- River Ray, two rivers in southern England
- Ray, a village in Ke Chong, Cambodia
- Ray (art journal), a British little magazine
- Ray (comics), a DC Comics character
- Ray (manga), a manga about a female doctor with X-ray vision
- Ray, a protagonist in Ray the Animation, a science fiction anime television series
- Ray (film), a 2004 movie biography of singer Ray Charles
- The Rays, an American musical group active in the 1950s
- Ray (Frazier Chorus album), an album by British pop band Frazier Chorus
- Ray (L'Arc-en-Ciel album), an album by Japanese rock band L'Arc-en-Ciel
- Rays (Michael Nesmith album), an album by former Monkee Michael Nesmith
- Ray (soundtrack), a soundtrack of the film Ray
- Ray (EP), an album by Japanese rock band Panic Channel
- "Ray" (song), a single by Swedish punk rock band Millencolin
- Ray (fish), a superorder of cartilaginous fishes
- Ray (fish fin anatomy), a bony or horny spine in the fin of a fish
- The Tampa Bay Rays, a Major League Baseball team
- Ray (geometry), part of a line which is finite in one direction
- Ray (optics), idealized narrow beam of light
- Ray (quantum theory), an equivalence class of state-vectors representing the same state.
- Ray (wrestler), Hong Kong professional wrestler
- Rays Engineering, a Japanese automotive wheel manufacturer
- Kia Ray, a prototype or concept car
- Medullary ray (disambiguation)
- USS Ray, a U.S. Navy vessel
- RAYS LX Linux Desktop Distribution
- Raha-automaattiyhdistys, a Finnish gambling service provider
Other articles related to "ray":
... to the surrealist artist and photographer Man Ray ... While she was in Paris, she began her own photographic studio, often taking over Man Ray's fashion assignments to enable him to concentrate on his painting ... taken during this period and credited to Man Ray were actually taken by Lee ...
... Hoval, an account person with Campbell-Mithun, who then asked Ray Tollefson to try drawing a bear that he might like after many others had tried ... Cleo liked the bear that Ray drew ... Ray drew many scenes and situations for Hamm's advertising and ultimately was asked to create a book on "How to draw the Hamm's Bear" since so many artists would need to draw the Hamm's Bear ...
... USS Ray (SS/SSR-271), a Gato-class submarine, was the first ship of the United States Navy to be named for the ray, a fish characterized by a flat body, large pectoral fins, and a whiplike ... The first Ray (SS-271), an attack submarine, was laid down 20 July 1942 launched 28 February 1943 by Manitowoc Shipbuilding Co ...
... (born November 17, 1958 in Oakland, California), better known by his stage name East Bay Ray, is a guitarist best known for his membership in the San Francisco Bay area-based punk band Dead Kennedys ... alongside Jello Biafra's astute lyrics and unique vibrato-based vocal style, East Bay Ray's playing was one of the defining factors of the music of the Dead Kennedys, and by extension ...
... The theatrical Blu-ray version of The Lord of the Rings was released in the United States on 6 April 2010 ... The individual Blu-ray disc of The Two Towers was released on 14 September 2010 with the same special features as the complete trilogy release, except there was no digital copy ... The Extended Editions for Blu-ray were released in the U.S ...
Famous quotes containing the word ray:
“An original is a creation
motivated by desire.
Any reproduction of an original
is motivated by necessity ...
It is marvelous that we are
the only species that creates
To create is divine, to reproduce
—Man Ray (18901976)
“No ray is dimmed, no atom worn,
My oldest force is good as new,
And the fresh rose on yonder thorn
Gives back the bending heavens in dew.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“The gods are partial to no era, but steadily shines their light in the heavens, while the eye of the beholder is turned to stone. There was but the sun and the eye from the first. The ages have not added a new ray to the one, nor altered a fibre of the other.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)