(Of a form of government, constitution, etc.) belonging to, or characteristic of a republic
A member or supporter of the Republican Party
A person who holds radically left-wing republican views.
The period during which the French Republican calendar was in use or was applied, calculated from 22 September 1792.
A member of the Republican Party of the United States, characterized (especially amongst Democrats) as an abolitionist or advocate of black civil rights.
A member of a division of the Pawnee originally inhabiting the Republican River valley in southern Nebraska (the river being named after them or their settlement called the Pawnee Republic by Europeans).
(The name of) any of various military forces or divisions of the military police in certain republics.
One of the two main US political parties (the other being the Democratic Party), favoring a conservative stance, limited central government, and a strong national defense
A division of the Pawnee originally inhabiting the Republican River valley in southern Nebraska.
A river that flows for 445 miles (715 km) from northeastern Colorado through southern Nebraska and into Kansas where it joins the Smoky Hill River to form the Kansas River
A member of a U.S. political party, broadly conservative in character, which opposed the Democrat party between 1825 and 1834.
A reformed calendar officially introduced by the French Republican government on 5 October 1793.
A member of the Republican Party holding views likened to those of Nelson Rockefeller; a moderate or liberal Republican.
The military arm of Sinn Fein, aiming for union between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland
A US political party that was founded in 1792 by Thomas Jefferson and was a forerunner of the modern Democratic Party
A reformed calendar officially introduced by the French Republican government on October 5, 1793