Patrician may refer to:

  • Patrician (ancient Rome), the original aristocratic families of Ancient Rome, and a synonym for "aristocratic" in modern English usage
  • Patrician (post-Roman Europe), the governing elites of cities in parts of medieval and Early Modern Europe
  • Patrician (Christianity), the adjective formed from St. Patrick
  • Youngstown Patricians, a former semi-professional football team based in Youngstown, Ohio, USA
  • Patricians, students and former students of St Patrick's High School, Karachi, Pakistan
  • Patricians, students and former students of St. Patrick's Higher Secondary School, Asansol, West Bengal, India
  • A member of the Argentine Regiment of Patricians
  • The Patrician, an annual publication of the Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry regiment

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