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Boeotian (also spelled Beotian) may refer to:
- The people from Boeotia, a region of central ancient Greece
- One of several sub-dialects of the Aeolic Greek dialect of the Greek language, spoken by the Boeotians.
- A pejorative toponym, meaning stupid, backward or dull, coined by Ancient Athenians (see Boeotia).
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