Egyptian may refer to:
- Of or pertaining to Egypt, a country in northeastern Africa
- A citizen of Egypt. See Demographics of Egypt.
- Egyptians, an ethnic group in North Africa
- Egyptian Arabic, the language spoken in Egypt. See also Languages of Egypt.
- Egyptian culture, culture of the nation
- Egyptian cuisine
- Of or pertaining to ancient Egyptian civilization, from circa 3200 BC to 343 BC
- Ancient Egyptian cuisine
- Egyptian language, spoken until the seventeenth century
- Egyptians (Balkans), an unrelated Albanian-speaking ethnic minority of Kosovo and Macedonia
- of or pertaining to the region of Southern Illinois known as "Egypt" or "Little Egypt"
- The Egyptian, a 1945 historical novel by Mika Waltari
- The Egyptian (film), a 1954 film by Michael Curtiz, based on Waltari's novel
- Slab serif letter forms in typography
- Egyptian (typeface)
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