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Unitarian may refer to:
- A believer in the strictly monotheistic and anti-trinitarian Christian theology known as Unitarianism
- The religious movement whose congregations in Britain belong to the umbrella organisation of the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches
- A member of a Unitarian congregation in North America from 1782 or of the American Unitarian Association up to 1961 which promoted liberal Christianity, Transcendentalism and Religious Humanism
- A follower of Unitarian Universalism; or a member of a Unitarian Universalist Church in North America who adhered to, or identifies with, the Unitarian part of that church prior to consolidation in 1961.
- Biblical Unitarianism, a nontrinitarian movement within traditional conservative Christianity
- The English translation of the Arabic term موحد Muwaḥḥid (plural موحدون Muwaḥḥidūn), alternately meaning "monotheist", which may refer to:
- Unitary state, a political system where a country is governed as one single unit
- A member of the Unitarian Party of Argentine history
- A scholar who holds that the works of Homer were composed by a single individual (see Homeric scholarship)
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