Circe was a goddess or sorceress in Greek mythology.
Circe may also refer to:
- HMS Circe, several ships of the British Royal Navy
- USS Circe, two United States Navy ships
- Circé-class submarine (1907), deployed by the French Navy before and during World War I
- French submarine Circé (Q 47), a submarine of that class sunk in September 1918.
- Circé class submarine, deployed by the French Navy before and during World War II
- French submarine Circé, a submarine of that class scuttled in 1943.
- Circe, a Spica class torpedo boat of the Royal Italian Navy
- Mount Circe, Antarctica
- Dome C, also known as Dome Circe, a summit or dome of the Antarctic Ice Sheet
- Circe, one of 15 quadrangles (regions) of Tethys, a moon of Saturn (see List of quadrangles on Tethys)
- 34 Circe, a large, main-belt asteroid
- Circe chess, a variant of chess
- Circe (film), a 1964 Argentine film
- La Circe, an opera by Josef Mysliveček
- Circe (comics) a DC comics character
- Circé (opera), by Henri Desmarets
- Circé, a machine play by Thomas Corneille
- Circe; Rex's main love interest, sweetheart and only girlfriend in the popular (though canceled) animated series, Generator Rex.
- Hestina nama, a brush-footed butterfly commonly known as the Circe
- Circe (software), an Emacs-based Internet Relay Chat client
- Surtsey, a volcanic island off the coast of Iceland