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Konan may refer to:
- Conan (disambiguation), a name spelt "Konan" in the Breton language
- Kɔnan, a male given name in a number of Akan cultures, chiefly the Baoulé people, for whom it is typically given to any male born on a Wednesday (mlan), and corresponds to the female given name Amlan (usually transcribed as « Aménan » in French). It corresponds to various given names in other Akan cultural groups : Kobénan, Kablan, Kwabená, etc. (see Akan names).
- Konan Naito (1866–1934), Japanese historian and sinologist
- Konan Serge Kouadio (born 1988), Ivorian footballer playing for Fredrikstad F.K.
- Axel Cédric Konan (born 1983), Ivorian footballer who plays for Serie A team U.S. Lecce
- Denise Konan, Interim Chancellor of the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
- Didier Konan Ya (born 1984), footballer who plays for Fortuna Düsseldorf in Germany and the Côte d'Ivoire national team
- Charles Konan Banny (born 1940), Prime Minister in the Ivory Coast in 2006–2007
- Henri Konan Bédié (born 1935), President of the Ivory Coast from 1993 to 1999
- ((Konan W Jones)) (born 1971), Owner/founder of Academy of Hapkido & Combat - Jones Fighting System 2001-present Canada
- Konan (Naruto), a character in the Naruto universe
- Kōnan, Aichi (江南市), a city in Aichi Prefecture
- Kōnan, Kōchi (香南市), a city in Kochi Prefecture
- Konan, Shiga (湖南市), a city in Shiga Prefecture
- Kōnan, Saitama (江南町), a town in Saitama Prefecture
- Kōnan, Kagawa (香南町), a former town in Kagawa Prefecture
- Kōnan, Shiga (甲南町), a former town in Shiga Prefecture
- Kōnan (Tokyo) (港南) in Minato, Tokyo
- Konan University, a university located in the city of Kobe, Japan
- Hungnam (興南市), a former city in North Hamgyong Province, North Korea
- Kōnan Railway Company, a railway operator in Aomori Prefecture, Japan
- Kōnan Bus Company, a bus company headquartered in Hirosaki, Aomori, Japan
- Konnan (born 1964)
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