Pontian may refer to:
Pontian can be a variant Anglicisation of the Latin: Pontianus and its variants in other Romance languages (for example, the Spanish: Ponciano or the Italian: Ponziano). Additionally, it can be used as variant English adjectival forms of the Greek: Πόντος (//; "Pontos", "sea"; other English adjectival forms: "Pontic"); or the Latin: Pons ("bridge"; other English adjectival forms: "Pontine").
- Pontianus of Spoleto, a second-century Christian martyr in Spoleto, Italy
- Sicinius Pontianus, second century AD, stepson of Apuleius (described in the Apologia of Apuleius), son of Aemilia Pudentilla, and older brother of Sicinius Pudens
- Pope Pontian, a third-century Catholic Pope
- Pontianus Africae, a sixth-century Christian bishop, from an unknown African diocese, who was a figure in the Three-Chapter Controversy
- Pontian Greeks, a group of ethnic Greeks traditionally from the Pontus and Pontic Mountains regions in northern Turkey
- Pontian Islands, a group of islands on the coast of Italy
- Pontian District, a district in Johor, Malaysia
- es:Basílica de San Ponciano (La Plata), a chapel in La Plata, Argentina
- Pontian, in stratigraphy the uppermost Miocene Paratethys stage, coeval with the Messinian
- Ponciano (disambiguation)
- Pons (disambiguation)
- Pontianus (disambiguation)
- Pontic (disambiguation)
- Pontine (disambiguation)
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