- Abelard (disambiguation)
Abelard may refer to:
Peter Abélard, a 12th century French scholastic philosopher and logician.
The Abelard School, a Toronto-based Private School, named after Peter Abélard.
Abelard of Hauteville, an Italian noble.
Gesner Abelard, a Haitian painter.
Abelard Snazz, a character in the comics "2000AD".
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