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A commoner is a person who is not a member of the nobility or priesthood.
Commoner(s) may also refer to:
- Commoner (academia), a term used at some universities for a student not receiving a scholarship or exhibition
- In a UK context, people who are not members of the British nobility
- Members of the House of Commons of the United Kingdom
- One of the estates of the realm
- People who share rights over common land
- Members of the Court of Common Council of the City of London Corporation
- Commoner (Dungeons & Dragons)
- Barry Commoner (1917–2012), American biologist and politician
- "The Great Commoner", a nickname often applied to William Jennings Bryan
- The Commoner, newspaper published in Nebraska from 1901 to 1923, owned and published by William Jennings Bryan
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