Esther (disambiguation)

Esther (disambiguation)

Esther may refer to:People
* Esther (given name), the name
* Esther is the heroine of Book of Esther, one of the books of the Hebrew Bible (Old Testament)
* Esther is the name adopted by the pop singer Madonna in 2004
* Esther Baxter is the name of a Hip Hop videogirl

Literature & Art
* "Esther (drama)" is a play by Jean Racine (1689)
* "Esther (film)" is a film by Amos Gitai
* "Esther (Handel)" is an oratorio by George Frideric Handel (1718)
* "Esther (novel)" is a novel by Henry Adams (1884)
*I am not Esther, a book by New Zealand writer Fleur Beale
*Esther (Millais painting), a painting by Millais
* "Esther Blanchett" is a major character in the anime Trinity Blood
* "Esther Greenwood", the protagonist in Sylvia Plath's semi-autobiographical novel, "The Bell Jar".
* "Esther", a female character in the Christian-themed game,
* "Esther", a song from the Phish album Junta.

Other
* Esther (car) is a Lotus 7-inspired car made in Ugglerum, Sweden
* Esther, Missouri is the former name of Park Hills, Missouri.
* "Esther" was a 1996 television talk show hosted by Esther Rantzen
* Hurricane Esther, a 1961 hurricane that affected the East Coast of the United States
* "Esther Shield", a powerful magicians' shield from the MMORPG, MapleStory.
* Esther, a low-power CPU from VIA Technologies.

ee also

*Ester (disambiguation)
*Hadassah (disambiguation)

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