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The name Alfred may refer to:
- Alfred Jan G. Naparan, BSE-English graduate, Autonomous Student Government President, USM Kidapawan (2014-2015)
- Alfred (bishop) (died 943)
- Alfred the Great (849–899), king of Wessex.
- Alfred Aetheling (died 1036), son of King Ethelred II of England.
- Alfred Eissler, American football player
- Alfred Gaynor, American serial killer.
- Alfred Hitchcock, an English film director and producer.
- Alfred McCullough, American football player
- Alfred Newton, an English zoologist and ornithologist.
- Alfred Nobel, a Swedish chemist, engineer, innovator, and armaments manufacturer.
- Alfred a pseudonym of the American statesman Samuel Adams
- Lake Alfred, Florida
- Alfred, Maine
- Alfred (town), New York
- Alfred (village), New York
- Alfred, North Dakota
- Alfred, Texas
- Alfred, Ontario, Canada
- Alfred Island, Nunavut, Canada
- Alfred Town, a village in New South Wales, Australia
- Mount Alfred, British Columbia, Canada
- Alfred, a fictional penguin in the comic strip Zig et Puce
- Alfred J. Kwak, a Dutch animated television series
- Alfred Pennyworth, a DC comic book character who serves as Batman's butler
- Alfred Brooks, the main character in The Contender, created by Robert Lipsyte
- Alfred F. Jones, the national personification of the United States of America from the webmanga series Hetalia: Axis Powers
- Alfred (Arne opera), a 1740 masque by Thomas Arne
- Alfred (Dvořák opera), an 1870 opera by Antonín Dvořák
- Alfred (name)
- Alfred (racehorse), a leading competitor for the 1849 Grand National Steeplechase that finished fourth
- Alfred (software), an application launcher for Mac OS X
- Alfred Music Publishing, a sheet music publisher
- Alfred State College, New York
- Alfred University, New York
- The Alfred Hospital, a hospital in Melbourne, Australia
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