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Burgher may refer to:
- A citizen of a borough or town, especially one belonging to the middle class
- A resident of a burgh in northern Britain
- A Grand Burgher (German Großbürger/Großbürgerin), historical German title acquired or inherited by persons and family descendants of the ruling class in autonomous German-speaking cities and towns of Central Europe, origin under the Holy Roman Empire, ceased after 1919 along with all titles of German nobility
- In medieval European cities, a social class from which city officials could be drawn; see Medieval bourgeoisie
- More loosely, a member of the urban middle class
- Burgher people, an ethnic group that formed during the colonization of Sri Lanka
- Michelle Burgher, Jamaican track and field athlete
- An enfranchised citizen of the South African Republic
- A member of the United Secession Church who subscribed to the Burgher Oath
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