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- Porphyry (geology), an igneous rock with large crystals in a fine-grained matrix, or associated mineral deposit
- Porphyry (philosopher) (c. 234 – c. 305), a Neoplatonic philosopher
- Porphyry of Gaza (or "St. Porphyry of Gaza"), Bishop of Gaza c. 347–420
- Porphyry, a vineyard near Seaham, New South Wales
- Porphyry, a system of astrological house division
- Porphyry Island
- Porphyria, a disease
- Porfiry, a Russian given name
- Porfirio (disambiguation), various uses, including a Spanish surname
- Tyrian purple or Porphyra, a purple-red natural dye
- Porphyra, a foliose red algal genus of laver
- Porphyrins, a group of organic compounds
- Porphyrion, a giant in Greek mythology
- Porphyrio, also known as Pomponius Porphyrion, a Latin grammarian, fl. 2nd or 3rd century
- Porphyrius the Charioteer (Byzantine chariot racer)
- "Porphyria's Lover", originally published as "Porphyria", a poem by Robert Browning
- Article titles containing the text "Porphyr"
- "Porphyria", a song by AFI from Black Sails in the Sunset
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