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- Carlos Borges (b. 1932), Uruguayan footballer.
- Celso Borges (b. 1988), Costa Rican footballer.
- Daniel Borges, Canadian ice hockey player.
- Fernanda Borges, East Timorese politician.
- Graciela Borges (b. 1941), Argentine actress.
- Gustavo Borges (b. 1972), Brazilian swimmer.
- Hernâni Borges (b. 1981), Cape Verdean footballer.
- Humberlito Borges Teixeira (b. 1980), Brazilian footballer.
- Jorge Guillermo Borges, Argentine writer.
- Jorge Luis Borges (1899-1986), Argentine writer.
- José Borges, Cuban baseball player
- Juan Francisco Borges (1766-1817), Argentine politician and soldier.
- Julio Borges (b. 1969), Venezuelan politician.
- Lucas Borges (b. 1980), Argentine rugby player.
- Norah Borges (1901-1998), Argentine artist.
- Phil Borges (b. 1942), photographer.
- Raúl Borges (1882-1967), Venezuelan pedagogue, guitarist and composer.
- Ron Borges, American sportwriter.
- Tomás Borge (b. 1930), Nicaragua politician.
- Víctor Borges (b. 1955), Cape Verdean foreign minister.
- Willian Borges da Silva (b. 1988), Brazilian footballer.
- Les Borges Blanques, capital of Les Garrigues, Catalonia, Spain.
- Les Borges del Camp, Baix Camp, Catalonia, Spain.
- Borges, company in Tàrrega, Catalonia, Spain.
- Borges font. (look at ru:Боргес, de:Borgis)
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