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Republican can refer to:
- An advocate of a republic, a form of government that is not a monarchy or dictatorship, and is generally associated with the rule of law
- Republicanism, the ideology in support of republics or against monarchy; the opposite of monarchism
- Classical republicanism, republicanism as formulated in the Renaissance
- A member of a Republican Party:
- Institutions or supporters of particular governments that called themselves republics, including:
- List of republics, a complete listing Roman Republic, as well as supporters of the Republic during the Roman Empire
- Second Spanish Republic, during the Spanish Civil War, as well as its supporters
- Various French Republics, most notably the First Republic established during the French Revolution and the Second Republic, the first post-Revolution republic in France.
- Irish republicanism, a faction in the Irish independence movement supportive of a complete break with the United Kingdom
- Republican City, Nebraska, a village in Nebraska, United States
- Republican River, a river in Colorado, Nebraska, and Kansas in the United States
- The Republican, a British newspaper established as Sherwin's Political Register by Richard Carlile in 1817 and renamed in 1819
- The Republican (Springfield, Massachusetts), a newspaper published in Springfield, Massachusetts
- The Woodville Republican, a weekly newspaper published in Woodville, Mississippi
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