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Secular is an adjective describing something separate from religion.
Secular may also refer to:
- Secular basis, a long-term financial basis
- Secular equilibrium, a situation in which the quantity of a radioactive isotope remains constant
- Secular Games, an ancient Roman religious celebration, involving sacrifices and theatrical performances, held for three days and nights to mark the end of a saeculum and the beginning of the next
- Secular phenomena, astronomical phenomena that repeat too slowly to be observed, if at all
- Secular stagnation, a theory of low economic growth
- Secular variation, the long-term non-periodic variation of a time series
Separate from religion
- Mexican secularization act of 1833
- Organized secularism
- Secular clergy
- Secular education
- Secular humanism
- Secular institute, a Catholic organization of individuals who are consecrated persons while living in the world
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