See also: vulcan
- (Roman mythology) The god of volcanoes and fire, especially the forge, also the patron of all craftsmen, principally blacksmiths. The Roman counterpart of Hephaestus.
- The goddess Venus was the wife of Vulcan.
- (astronomy, historical) A hypothetical planet proposed to exist in an orbit between Mercury and the Sun in a 19th-century hypothesis.
- A town in southern Alberta, Canada.
- A volcano in Papua New Guinea.
- A commune of Brașov County, Romania.
- A city in Hunedoara County, Romania.
- A village in the commune of Apold, Mureș County, Romania.
- A village in the commune of Ciuruleasa, Alba County, Romania.
- A ghost town in Gunnison County, Colorado.
- An unincorporated community in Norway Township, Dickinson County, Michigan.
- An unincorporated community in Iron County, Missouri.
- An inactive volcano in New Mexico.
Roman god of fire
- Vulcan (mythology) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- Vulcan (hypothetical planet) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- Vulcan, Alberta on Wikipedia.Wikipedia
- (fiction) An inhabited planet, the homeworld of the Vulcan species.
- 1998, The Mother Dance: How Children Change Your Life, London, page 159:
- Steve and I explained the new program to our children, who looked at us as if we had just announced that we were from the planet Vulcan.
Vulcan (plural Vulcans)
- (fiction) An inhabitant of the planet Vulcan.
- (slang, derogatory) A person who seems to lack emotion or is overly analytical and boring (like the fictional Vulcans).
- (slang): Spock