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Aryan is a term expressing various ethno-linguistic or racial concepts.
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Aryan or arya may refer to:
- Aryan, a term expressing various meanings depending on who is using the term, the date of the publication in which the term is used, and how it is used:
- Arya (*_rya-), Old Indic and Old Iranian word from which 'Aryan' (:=Indo-Iranian) derives
- Indo-Iranian, "pertaining to (speakers of) Indo-Iranian languages"
- the prehistorical Proto-Indo-Iranians
- Indo-Iranian peoples, people speaking the Indo-Iranian languages
- May be used to refer to the original Proto-Indo-Europeans in works published in the 19th century and early 20th century
- Indo-European (dated), "pertaining to the original speakers of Indo-European languages (the Proto-Indo-Europeans) and their present day descendents"
- Aryan race (dated), a concept deriving from the linguistic one, also defined as "pertaining to the original speakers of Indo-European languages (Proto-Indo-Europeans) and their present day descendents"
- A gentile of native Indo-European descent
- used for the Nordic race (dated) (i.e., the Germanic peoples), a racialist concept called Nordicism developed by Ariosophy and later adopted by the Nazis as part of their master race ideology
- used in reference to the those defined as the white race in Neo-Nazism, i.e., those peoples belonging to the Western or European branch of the Indo-European peoples
- In Classical civilization, pertaining to:
- May be used to refer to the inhabitants of the Sassanian Empire, the name of which in Middle Persian, Eran Shah, means Aryan Empire
- Aryan aliens, a synonym for Nordic aliens
- a concept of "nobility" or "piety" in Hinduism and Buddhism, see Arya
- Aryan Nations, a white supremacist religious organization
- Aryan Brotherhood, a white supremacist street gang and organized crime syndicate in the United States
- Aryan Guard, an Alberta-based neo-Nazi group with members primarily located in the city of Calgary
- White Aryan Resistance, a neo-Nazi white separatist organization
- Aryan League, an Iranian Neo-Nazi political party
- Arya Samaj, a Hindu reform movement founded by Swami Dayananda
- Arya F.C., an Iranian football club
- Aryan Vaid (born 1974), an Indian male model
- Aryan Khan (Afghan actor) (born 1980), an Afghan martial artist, model, dancer, singer and actor
- Arya (actor) (born 1980), south Indian actor
- Arya Ambekar (born 1994), a Marathi playback singer
- Aryan (2013 film)
- Aryan (2006 film)
- Aryan (1988 film)
- Arya (2004 film), a Telugu Tollywood film starring Allu Arjun
- Arya (2007 film), a 2007 Tamil film starring R. Madhavan and Bhavana
- Arya 2, a 2009 Telugu film
- The Aryan, 1915 American silent film
- Arya Dröttningu, a character from the Inheritance cycle book series
- Arya (magazine), an Indian monthly periodical published by Hindu philosopher Sri Aurobindo from 1914 to 1921
- Arya Stark, a character from George R. R. Martin's series A Song of Ice and Fire.
- Aryan, Alborz, a village in Alborz Province, Iran
- Aryan, Kurdistan, a village in Kurdistan Province, Iran
- Aryan, Razavi Khorasan, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran
- Arya (urban-type settlement), an urban-type settlement in Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia
- Aryan language (disambiguation)
- Aryan religion (disambiguation)
- Arian (disambiguation)
- Aria (disambiguation)
- Aria (name)
- Ari (name) (Aryeh), an Aramaic given name used in a blessing in the Bible
- Aryanization, in Nazism, which literally means "to make Aryan", was principally used to refer to the expulsion of the so-called "non-Aryans" from Nazi Germany, Austria, and the territories it controlled
- Ariane (rocket family), a series of space vehicles
- Aria, a Russian heavy metal band
- Arrian (86–2nd century), Greek historian
- Arya Vysya, a Telugu- and Kannada-speaking Indian caste
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