Starogard, Starogród, or Stargard means old fort or old city in Polish, Polabian and Pomeranian languages, and gard is Old Slavic, Old Germanic, Old Baltic, and Old Finnic for castle or fortification. Places with those names include:
- Starogard Gdański (German: Preußisch Stargard), a town in Pomeranian Voivodeship (N Poland), seat of Starogard County
- Stargard Szczeciński (German: Stargard in Pommern, right after World War II known as Starogród), a town in West Pomeranian Voivodeship (NW Poland), seat of Stargard County
- Starogard Łobeski, a village in West Pomeranian Voivodeship
- Stargard Gubiński, a village in Lubusz Voivodeship (W Poland)
- Santok, also known as Stargard, a village in Lubusz Voivodeship
- Burg Stargard, town in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
- Oldenburg, Schleswig-Holstein, originally Stargard or Starigard
- Stargard (band), an American funk/soul band
- Gord (Slavic settlement)
- Białogard, town in Poland, meaning white city
- Nowogard, town in Poland, meaning new city
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