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Hyacinth or Hyacinthus may refer to:
- Hyacinth (plant), genus Hyacinthus
- Hyacinthus orientalis, common hyacinth
- Grape hyacinth
- Water hyacinth
- Hyacinth bean
- Hyacinth (given name), list of people with this name
This section lists people commonly referred to solely by this name.
- Hyacinth (mythology), divine hero in Greek mythology
- Hyacinth of Caesarea (died 120), early Christian martyr saint
- Hyacinthus the Lacedaemonian, who sacrificed his daughters to Athena or Persephone
- Hyacinth and Protus (martyred 257–9), Christian saints
- Hyacinth of Poland (1185–1257), Polish priest, canonized 1594
- Hyacinth Macaw, a species of parrot
- "Hyacinth" (song), a 2004 song by the J-pop artist Aya Matsuura
- Hyacinth Blues, a song from the Constantines' eponymous album, released in 2001
- Hyacinth, alternative name for yellow zircon, the mineral
- Confection of hyacinth, ancient medical treatment (that used zircon)
- "Hyacinth House", a song by The Doors from their 1971 release L.A. Woman
- Jacinth, a gemstone sometimes called hyacinth
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