For the village in the north of Scotland of the same name, see Borgue, Highland
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Coordinates: 54°48′43″N 4°08′02″W / 54.812°N 4.134°W
Borgue (pronounced /ˈbɔrɡ/) is a village and parish in the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. It lies 5 miles south-west of Kirkcudbright and 6 miles south of Gatehouse of Fleet. The name Borgue (recorded as Borg in 1469) is from Old Norse borg 'stronghold'.
According to folk tradition, Borgue was once the home of a boy who could consort with the fairies.
Notable people from Borgue
- The poet William Nicholson, the 'Bard of Galloway'
- Hugh Blair of Borgue, eccentric 18th century noble.
- George Cook, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in 1876, who was minister of Borgue
- John James Pringle (1855–1922), dermatologist
- Henry, Lord Dalziel (1868–1935), newspaper proprietor and MP
- Sir Robin Gray (1931-), Speaker of the New Zealand House of Representatives from 1990 to 1993, who was born in Borgue
- Adam Gray, Local historian and author 
- Randolph, Earl of Galloway (1928-), Scottish nobleman and the current earl of Galloway
List of listed buildings in Borgue
List of listed buildings in Borgue, Dumfries and Galloway