Terminus is a Latin word that literally means boundary stone. It may also be used to describe the end of a road.

Terminus may also refer to:

  • Terminus, the original name of Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  • Terminus (Atlanta), an office complex in Atlanta
  • Terminus (god), a Roman deity who protected boundary markers
  • Terminus (comics), a fictional character in the Marvel Universe
  • Terminus (Doctor Who), a serial in the long-running science fiction TV series
  • Terminus (film), a 1961 movie directed by John Schlesinger
  • Terminus (1987 film), a 1987 movie directed by Pierre-William Glenn
  • Terminus (2000 video game), a space-flight role-playing/action game by Vicarious Visions
  • Terminus (planet), the home of the Foundation in Isaac Asimov's Foundation novels
  • Terminus (typeface), a monospaced bitmap font designed by Dimitar Zhekov
  • Terminus Series, a type of Eureka Seven anime mecha
  • Bus terminus, a bus station serving as an end destination
  • Terminal train station or terminus, a railway station serving as an end destination
  • Glacier terminus, the end, or "snout", of the ice at any given point in time
  • Terminus (play), a 2007 play by Marl O'Rowe
  • Terminus (town), a fictional town in the movie "The Signal"
  • Terminus (musician), Drum and Bass artist
  • Terminus (poem), Written in 1866 by Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803-1882) Writer, Poet, Founding member of the American Trancendentalism movement of the 19th century