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Cyprian can refer to:
- A synonym for Cypriot, someone or thing from Cyprus
- The Cyprian, an epithet for Aphrodite, because of her association with Cyprus
- St. Cyprian (Kyprianos), bishop of Carthage
- Cyprian, Metropolitan of Moscow
- St. Cyprian of Antioch (or of Nicomedia). See, Cyprian and Justina.
- Cyprianus Gallus, poet
- St. Cyprian of Toulon
- The Blessed Cyprian Michael Iwene Tansi
- Cyprian (Bishop of Wrocław)
- Fra Cyprian (Franz Ignaz Jaschke, 1724 - 1775), the Camaldolese monk de:Fra Cyprian sk:Cyprián z Červeného Kláštora.
- Blessed Cyprian of Suzdal, Fool-for-Christ and Wonderworker
- St Cyprian's, Clarence Gate, Anglican church in London
- St. Cyprian's Church, Sneinton, Anglican church in Nottingham
- St. Cyprian's Church, Hay Mills, Anglican church in Birmingham
- St Cyprian's Cathedral, Kimberley, Anglican cathedral in South Africa
- St Cyprian's Church, Lenzie
- St. Cyprian's School, Cape Town, a school in South Africa
- St Cyprian's Grammar School, Kimberley, a school in South Africa
- St Cyprian's School, a school in England
- Saint-Cyprien (disambiguation), various places
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