Ray

Ray may refer to:

People:

  • Raymond
  • Ray (surname)
  • Ray (given name)

In geography:

  • 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

In fiction:

  • 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

In film:

  • Ray (film), a 2004 movie biography of singer Ray Charles

In music:

  • 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

Other:

  • 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

Famous quotes containing the word ray:

    These facts have always suggested to man the sublime creed that the world is not the product of manifold power, but of one will, of one mind; and that one mind is everywhere active, in each ray of the star, in each wavelet of the pool; and whatever opposes that will is everywhere balked and baffled, because things are made so, and not otherwise.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    A small voice issued from a bed placed in utter darkness where no ray of light was admitted, complaining of bad nerves, low spirits, and terrible dreams.
    Sarah Fielding (1710–1768)

    Our reason may prove what it will: our reason is only a feeble ray that has issued from Nature.
    Maurice Maeterlinck (1862–1949)