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Arago may refer to:
- Aragó, a family name of the kings of the Aragonese Crown
- Étienne Arago (1802–1892), a French journalist, theater director, politician, and co-founder of Le Figaro, and brother of Juan, François, and Jacques
- François Arago (1786–1853), a French mathematician, physicist, astronomer, and politician, and brother of Juan, Jacques, and Étienne
- Jacques Arago (1790–1855) was a French writer, artist and explorer, and brother of Juan, François, and Étienne
- Josep Riera i Aragó (born 1954), Catalan artist
- Marie Arago (1755–1845), mother of the six Arago brothers
- Aragó, the name for Aragon in Catalan
- Arago, Oregon, United States, an unincorporated community
- Arago Township, Minnesota, United States
- Cape Arago, Oregon - see Cape Arago State Park
- Arago Glacier, Graham Land, Antarctica
- Caune de l'Arago (Arago Cave), Tautavel, France, site where prehistoric remains of Tautavel Man were discovered
- Arago (lunar crater)
- Arago (Martian crater), named for François Arago
- 1005 Arago, an asteroid
- one of the rings of Neptune, named in honor of François Arago
- USC&GS Arago, the name of more than one ship of the United States Coast Survey and United States Coast and Geodetic Survey
- USS Arago (1861), an armed survey ship that served in the United States Navy from 1861 to 1863
- SS Arago (1855), a steam ship used for mail and passenger service and, during the American Civil War, as a troop transport.
- Arago (database), a database created by WordTech purchased simultaneously by Borland and a Japanese software firm.
- Arago, a character in Ronin Warriors - see Talpa (Ronin Warriors)
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