In Etruscan mythology, Laran was the god of war. In art, he was portrayed as a naked youth wearing a helmet and carrying a spear. As with numerous gods of war, Laran is associated with fire and the sun. However, among his attributes is his responsibility to maintain peace. Laran's consort was Turan, goddess of love and fertility, who was equated with the Latin Venus. Laran was the Etruscan equivalent of the Greek Ares and the Roman Mars.
Laran is the Etruscan god of war.
Laran may also refer to:
- Laran, Hautes-Pyrénées, a town in France
- Laran, Iran, a village in Iran
- Laran-e Olya, a village in Iran
- Laran-e Sofla, a village in Iran
- Laran District, an administrative subdivision of Iran