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Nikitas, or Nicetas', may refer to any of the following saints:
- St. Nikitas the Bishop of Hitron of Cyprus (September 15
- Great-martyr Nikitas the Goth (September 15)
- St. Nicetas the Confessor (October 13 and April 3)
- St. Nikitas the New (December 17)
- Venerable Nikitas (February 14)
- St. Nikitas the New and priest-martyr (February 19)
- St. Nikitas the Confessor and Bishop of Apolloniadis (March 20) - Lived during the years of the iconoclasts.
- St. Nicetas the Hieromartyr, struggler of Serrai (Никита Сярски, свещеномъченик) (April 4)
- St. Nikitas the Sinaite (May 12)
- St. Nikitas the called (Russian) (May 14)
- Venerable Nikitas (May 20)
- St. Nikitas the Stylite (Russian) May 24)
- St. Nikitas Archbishop of Chalkida (May 28) -mentioned in the Lavriotik Codex D39.
- St. Nikitas the Newmartyr from Nisyros (June 21) - (b. 1716 in Nissyros)
Nikitas may also refer to:
- Patriarch #121 of Constantinople - Nicetas of Constantinople (766-780)
- Patriarch #175 of Constantinople - Nicetas II Muntanes of Constantinople
- Metropolitan #16 of Kiev - Nicetas (1122-1126_
- Archbishops #35 of Athens - Nicetas I (869/870-881?)
- Archbishop #40 of Athens - Nicetas II (?-927)
- Archbishop #48 of Athens - Nicetas III (?-1103)
- Nikitas Stithatos, author in Volume 4 of the Philokalia.
- Nikitas (Lulias) of Dardanellia, Metropolitan of Hong King and Southeast Asia
- Rev. Fr. Nikitas (Mellios) of the Philippines.
- The Byzantine historian, Nicetas Choniates