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A barbarian refers to a person who is perceived to be uncivilized.
Barbarian may also refer to:
- Barbarian F.C. or the Barbarians or Baa-Baas, an invitation-only international Rugby union team, and the inspiration for similarly named teams:
- "The Barbarian", ring name of professional wrestler Sione Vailahi
- Barbarian: The Ultimate Warrior, a 1987 fighting game by Palace Software
- Barbarian (Psygnosis), a 1987 platform game by Psygnosis/Melbourne House
- Barbarian (Titus), a 2003 fighting game by Titus
- Barbarian (Dungeons & Dragons), a character class in the fantasy game
- A character class in Diablo II and Diablo III
- Barbarian (film), 2003 American film
- The Barbarian (1933 film), starring Ramon Novarro
- The Barbarians (1960 film), starring Jack Palance
- The Barbarians (film), a 1987 American-Italian swords-and-sorcery film
- Terry Jones' Barbarians, a documentary
- Barbarians (TV series), a set of documentaries about nomadic, invading tribes in the time of the Roman Empire
- The Barbarians (band), a moderately successful American 1960s garage band
- Dave the Barbarian, an American TV series
- "Barbarian", a song by E-40 from his 2011 album Revenue Retrievin': Graveyard Shift
- "The Barbarian", a piece from Emerson, Lake & Palmer, after Béla Bartók's Allegro barbaro
- Barbarians, a series of comics published by Atlas/Seaboard Comics
- Barbaric, fictional superhero from Image Comic's Freak Force
- The Barbarians, an opera by Constantine Koukias based on a poem by Constantine P. Cavafy
- Nationality of or relating to the imaginary nation of Barbaria.
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