Macedonian refers to different population groups, languages and other things from Macedonia, in any of several meanings of that term.

More specifically, it may refer to:

Population uses
  • Macedonians (ethnic group), the Slavic people associated with the Republic of Macedonia.
  • Macedonians (Greeks), the Greek people from the region of Macedonia in Greece.
  • Macedonians (Bulgarians), the Bulgarian people from the region of Macedonia.
  • Macedo-Romanians (Aromanians), a small group from the region of Macedonia.
Linguistic uses
  • Macedonian language, a modern Slavic language spoken by ethnic Macedonians.
Historical uses
  • Ancient Macedonians, the people of the ancient kingdom of Macedonia.
  • Ancient Macedonian language, an extinct language, probably related to the ancient Greek language.
  • Macedonian Dynasty, a line of rulers of the Byzantine Empire (867 - 1056 AD).
  • Pneumatomachi, also known as Macedonians, a 4th century Byzantine Christian sect.
Other uses
  • HMS Macedonian, a British frigate (1808–1812).

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History Of The Macedonians (ethnic Group) - Middle Ages - Ottoman Empire, Turkification and Islamization
... Despite calls for liberation and even the founding of a united Macedonian principality (i.e ... Pan-Macedonian), run by a Christian governor, the pleas of the people fell on deaf ears ... The Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization (IMRO) was founded in 1893 in Ottoman Thessaloniki by a "small band of anti-Ottoman Macedono-Bulgarian revolutionaries" ...
Refugees Of The Greek Civil War - Establishment of Refugees Overseas - Yugoslavia - Socialist Republic of Macedonia
... Soon the flow of people reversed and many Slav Macedonians from Yugoslavia entered Greece with the hope of aiding the National Liberation Front ... The Aegean Macedonian refugees were primarily settled in deserted villages and areas across Macedonia ... They eventually joined mainstream Yugoslav Macedonian society, with most being highly educated ...
GFK Tikveš - History - 1950s & 1960s (Vuko Karov's Era)
... in the Yugoslav Third League, Tikveš continued the season in the Macedonian Republic League ... the league system was changed several times and the Macedonian Republic League was often divided into three parallel divisions (Štip, Bitola, Skopje), at the end of the ... game, Tikveš finished as runners-up to FK Pobeda Prilep in the Macedonian Republic League trailing by 4 points ...
Popular Music In The Socialist Federal Republic Of Yugoslavia - Music For Children
... The Macedonian children show Bušava azbuka (Бушава Азбука) created for Macedonian Radio-Televizija Skopje (now Macedonian Radio-Television) by Goran Stefanovski and Slobodan Unkovski ...
History Of The Macedonians (ethnic Group) - Modern Era - Macedonians After World War II
... Insurgency Ohrid Agreement Topical Military history Demographics History of the Macedonian people Related Region of Macedonia Naming Dispute Public Holidays ... The Macedonian language was proclaimed the official language of the Republic of Macedonia at the same day ... The first document written in the literary standard Macedonian language is the first issue of the Nova Makedonia newspaper in autumn 1944 ...