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Judge or Judges can refer to:
- Judge, an official who presides over a court
- Judge, an alternative name for a sports referee, umpire or linesman.
- Judge, an alternative name for an adjudicator in a competition in theatre, music, dance, sport, animal fancy, policy debate, etc.
- Judge, an alternative name/Aviator call sign for a member of the United States Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps assigned to a line unit as a Staff Judge Advocate.
- Judge, an office of authority in the early history of Israel.
- The Book of Judges, seventh book of the Hebrew Bible and the Christian Old Testament.
- To judge, to adjudicate.
- The term judge is sometimes used instead of the word prejudice.
- Alan Judge (footballer, born 1960), English retired professional footballer
- Alan Judge (footballer, born 1988), Irish professional footballer
- Anthony Judge (born 1940), Australian knowledge management researcher
- Arline Judge (1912–1974), American actress
- Carl Judge, Australian politician
- Christopher Judge (born 1964), American actor best known as Teal'c in the TV series Stargate SG-1
- Frank Judge, American poet, publisher, translator, journalist, film critic, teacher, and arts administrator
- Igor Judge, Baron Judge (born 1941), retired Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales
- Jack Judge (1872–1938), British song-writer and music-hall entertainer
- John Judge (born 1944), American politician
- Jonathan Judge, American television director and producer
- Ken Judge (born 1958), former Australian rules footballer and coach
- Malcolm Judge (1918–1989), British cartoonist
- Matthew Judge (born 1985), English footballer
- Maureen Judge (born 1955), Canadian filmmaker and television producer
- Michael Judge (born 1975), Irish former professional snooker player
- Mike Judge (born 1962), American actor, animator, screenwriter, film director, producer, and musician
- Mychal F. Judge (1933–2001), American chaplain, first officially recorded victim of the September 11, 2001 attacks
- Oney Judge (c.1773–1848), American slave of George Washington's family
- Patty Judge (born 1943), American politician, Lieutenant Governor of Iowa
- Sir Paul Judge (born 1949), English businessman and politician
- Samantha Judge (born 1978), Scottish field hockey forward
- Tim Judge (born 1964), American former professional bicycle motocross racer
- Virginia Judge (born 1956), Australian former politician
- William Judge (1850–1899), American Jesuit priest
- William Quan Judge (1851–1896), Irish-American mystic, esotericist, occultist, Theosophist
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- Archadian Judges, fictional characters from the game Final Fantasy 12
- Judge (2000 AD), a fictional office in the Judge Dredd comic strip
- Judge (Buffyverse), a fictional demon appearing in the series Buffy The Vampire Slayer
- Book of Judges, one of the books of the Old Testament of the Bible
- Biblical judges
- Judge, a novel written by Karen Traviss
- Judge (magazine), a late 19th-century United States publication
- Judge (manga), Japanese Manga, also in OVA
- Judge (band), hardcore punk band from New York City
Television & Film
- The Judge (TV series), a syndicated television drama that ran from 1986-92 starring Bob Shield as Judge Robert J. Franklin
- The Judge (1960 film)
- The Judge (1984 film)
- The Judge (2014 film)
- The Judge (British Columbia), a mountain in the Columbia Mountains
- Brandeis Judges, the varsity athletics teams at Brandeis University
- Judge (Magic: the Gathering), tournament official in the collectible card game
- Pontiac GTO Judge, an automobile
- Taurus Judge, a firearm made by Taurus that fires both .45 Long Colt and .410 shot shells.
- An abbreviation for the Book of Judges of the Bible
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