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Gaspard is a Francophone male given name or family name. Pronounced with a silent d, it may refer to:
- Gaspard Dughet (1613–1675), French painter
- Gaspard II de Coligny (1519–1572), French Huguenot leader
- Claude Gaspard Bachet de Méziriac (1581–1638), French mathematician
- Gaspard Bauhin (1560–1624), Swiss botanist
- Mitch Gaspard (born 1965), American college baseball coach
- Shad Gaspard, professional wrestler for World Wrestling Entertainment
- Pierre Gaspard Chaumette (1763–1794), French Revolutionary leader (executed)
- Gaspard-Félix Tournachon (1820–1910), French photographer known as (Félix) Nadar
- Jean Gaspard Félix Ravaisson-Mollien (1813–1900), French philosopher
- Pierre Gaspard (mountaineer) (1834–1915), French mountain climber and guide
- Pierre Gaspard, Belgian physicist
- Gaspard Ulliel (1984–), French actor and model
- Colonel Gaspard, the nom-de-guerre of French Resistance leader Émile Coulaudon (1907–1977)
- Gaspard Auge, French musician and member of electronic due Justice (band).
In the arts:
- Gaspard (novel), 1915 French novel by René Benjamin which won the Prix Goncourt
- Gaspard de la nuit, piano piece by Maurice Ravel
- Gaspard, a supporting character in Charles Dickens' novel, A Tale of Two Cities
- Gaspard, one of the protagonists in a book series featuring Gaspard and Lisa
- Gaspard, Saint-Jean-du-Sud, Haiti, a village in the Sud Department of Haiti
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