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Filaret is a male given name of Greek origin, commonly used as a monastic name in the Orthodox Church. It may refer to:
- Patriarch Filaret (Feodor Romanov) (1553-1633), patriarch of Moscow from 1612-1633, father of Tsar Michael I of Russia
- Filaret, Metropolitan of Moscow (1782-1867), or Vasily Drozdov, patriarch of Moscow from 1821-1867
- Filaret Barbu (1903-1984), Romanian composer
- Filaret Kolessa (1871-1947), Ukrainian ethnographer, folklorist, composer, musicologist and literary critic
- Filaret Scriban (1811-1873), Romanian theologian
- Patriarch Filaret (Mykhailo Denysenko), head of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church - Kiev Patriarchy since 1995
- Filaret, Metropolitan of Minsk and Slutsk from 1978 to 2013
- Filaret Mićević (born 1947), Serbian orthodox bishop
- Filaret Association, a Lithuanian political organization founded in 1820 by Tomasz Zan
- Filaret Station, the first railway station in Romania, now a bus station; see History of Bucharest
- Filaret, name of a hill and plain in Bucharest, where the Constitution of 15 June 1848 was acclaimed
- Filaret, a village in Giurgiţa Commune, Dolj County, Romania
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