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Baldwin is a Germanic name, composed of the elements bald "bold" and win "friend".
United States of America
- Baldwin, Florida
- Baldwin, Georgia
- Baldwin, Illinois
- Baldwin, Iowa
- Baldwin, Louisiana
- Baldwin, Maine
- Baldwin, Maryland
- Baldwin, Michigan
- Baldwin, Chemung County, New York
- Baldwin, Nassau County, New York
- Baldwin, North Dakota
- Baldwin, Pennsylvania
- Baldwin, Wisconsin
- Baldwin (town), Wisconsin
- Baldwin Street, in Dunedin, New Zealand, the world's steepest street
- Baldwin Hills, neighborhood in Los Angeles, California
- Montgomery, Powys, named in Welsh "Trefaldwyn", meaning "The Town of Baldwin"
See also: Baldwin City, Baldwin County (disambiguation), Baldwin Park (disambiguation), and Baldwin Township (disambiguation)
- Baldwin Locomotive Works, one of the world's largest builders of steam locomotives in the 19th and 20th centuries
- Baldwin Piano Company, once the largest manufacturer of pianos and keyboard instruments in the US
- Baldwin Boys High School, one of the schools in India
- Baldwin Girls High School, a sister school of Baldwin Boys High School
- The Baldwin School, a private all-girls school in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, United States
- Baldwin (apple)
- The Baldwin Brothers, a Chicago-based electronica band
- Baldwin the Eagle, official mascot of Boston College
- Baldwin's Tower in Tsarevets, Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria, named after Baldwin I of Constantinople as the likely place where he found his death
- Tom Baldwin (The 4400), a fictional character
- Baldwin's rules, guidelines about the formation ring closure reactions
- Baldwin effect, a process by which environmental adaptation becomes a genetic one
- Baldwin River (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "Baldwin"
- All pages with titles containing Baldwin
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