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Brough (rhymes with English bruff or rough or Scottish loch depending on location) may mean or refer to an area, enclosure, round tower or outer wall of a feudal castle.
- Brough Scott (b. 1942), British horse racing journalist
- Alexander Brough (1863–1940), New York politician
- Arthur Brough (1905–1978), English actor
- Charles Hillman Brough (1876–1935), American politician
- Clayton Brough (b. 1950), American television weatherman
- Jim Brough, British rugby footballer
- John Brough (1811–1865), American politician
- John Brough (footballer) (b. 1973), English footballer
- Louise Brough (b. 1923), American tennis player
- Mal Brough (b. 1961), Australian politician
- Michael Brough (b. 1981), English footballer
- Mick Brough, New Zealand rower
- Monte James Brough (1939–2011), LDS church leader
- Peter Brough (1916–1999), English radio ventriloquist
- Robert Brough (1872–1905), Scottish painter
- Robert Barnabas Brough (1828–1860), English writer
- Brough under Stainmore, a village in Cumbria
- Brough Castle nearby.
- Brough-on-Noe, a hamlet in Derbyshire
- Brough, East Riding of Yorkshire, a town
- Brough, Nottinghamshire, a village on the Fosse Way
- The Brough of Birsay tidal island and lighthouse, Orkney Islands
- Brough, Shetland
- Brough, Caithness, near Dunnet Head
- Brough Motorcycles, made in England from 1908 to 1926
- Brough Superior, a brand of English motorcycles and automobiles were made from 1919 to 1940
- Brough Family Organization, international family history association of Brough descendants
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