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Castile, derived from a word that means "castle", may refer to:
- County of Castile, one of the medieval counties of the Kingdom of León, AD 850–1035
- Kingdom of Castile, one of the medieval kingdoms of the Iberian Peninsula, 1035–1230
- Crown of Castile, historic entity, usually considered to have begun in 1230 AD with the third and definitive union of the two kingdoms of León and Castile, 1230–1716
- Castile and León, autonomous community of modern Spain roughly similar to Old Castile
- Castile-La Mancha, autonomous community of modern Spain roughly similar to New Castille
Central America 
- Castilla de Oro (Castile of Gold), 16th century Central American territory from the Gulf of Urabá, near today's Colombian-Panamanian border, to the Belén River
- Governorate of New Castile, gubernatiorial region administered to Francisco Pizarro in 1528 by King Charles V, roughly the area of modern Peru
- Castilla District, of Piura Province
- Castilla, Sorsogon, 3rd class municipality in the province of Sorsogon, Philippines
United States 
New York 
- Castilia (butterfly), in the Subtribe Phyciodina
- Castilla (plant), tree genus belonging to the family Moraceae
- Spanish cruiser Castilla, Aragon-class unprotected cruiser of the Spanish Navy that fought in the Battle of Manila Bay on May 1, 1898, during the Spanish-American War
Other uses 
- Castile soap, name used for soap made with olive oil originating from the Castile region of Spain
- Castilla (Vino de la Tierra), Spanish geographical indication for wines located in the autonomous region of Castile La Mancha
- Castille a fictional character in Phantom Brave.
See also 
- All pages with titles containing "Castile"
- All pages with titles containing "Castilla"
- Castella, popular Japanese sponge cake
- Castilian (disambiguation)
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