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- The original spelling of Casper; a male's given name
- Saint Caspar, the traditional name of one of the Wise Men in the Gospel of Matthew.
- The name of Arthur's dog in Karl Pearson's novelette "The New Werther". ("Gaspar, faithful hound, who roved/Where’er his master went, beyond all else beloved.”)
- Roberto Luís Gaspar de Deus Severo, Portuguese footballer commonly known as Beto
- Álvaro Gaspar, former Portuguese footballer
- Alexandre-Pierre Gaspar, French information architect
- Alfredo Rodrigues Gaspar, Portuguese military officer and politician
- Boom Gaspar, American piano/keyboard/organ player
- Chuck Gaspar (1938-2009), American special effects artist
- Eduardo César Gaspar, Brazilian footballer commonly known as Edu
- Enrique Gaspar y Rimbau, Spanish play-wright (1842-1902)
- Hugo Gaspar, Portuguese volleyball
- José Gaspar, a mythical pirate who was supposedly based in Spanish Florida
- Odirlei de Souza Gaspar, Brazilian footballer
- Rod Gaspar, former baseball player
- Gaspar Araújo, Portuguese long jumper
- Gaspar Azevedo, Portuguese footballer
- Gaspar Bergman, Canadian film director
- Gaspar Cassadó, Spanish cellist and musical composer
- Gaspar Corte-Real, Portuguese explorer
- Gaspar Flores de Abrego (1781–1836), Texan who fought alongside the colonists of Austin; and San Antonio ruled four times (1819, 1824, 1829 and 1834).
- Gaspar DiGregorio, Italian-American organized-crime figure
- Gaspar Fagel, 17th-century Dutch statesman
- Gaspar Fernandes, 16th-century Portuguese musical composer
- Gaspar Gálvez Burgos, Spanish footballer known simply as Gaspar
- Gaspar Méndez (fl.1546), Spanish architect of Badajoz
- Gaspar Méndez de Haro, 7th Marquis of Carpio, 17th-century Spanish political figure
- Gaspar Milazzo, Italian-American organized-crime figure
- Gaspar Noé, French filmmaker
- Gaspar de Portolà, Spanish soldier then governor
- Gaspar Saladino, longtime comic book letterer and logo designer
- Gaspar Sanz (1640–1710), Aragonese baroque composer, guitarist, organist and priest.
- Manuel Gaspar Haro, Spanish footballer
- Gaspar Yanga, Leader of successful slave revolt in Mexico 1570
- Gaspar, Santa Catarina, a town in Brazil
- Gaspar, Cuba
- Gaşpar, Moldova
- Gaspar, Gaspra or Gasparalı
- Gaspar Strait, a waterway in Indonesia
- Gaspar, a character in Chrono Trigger
- a Muppet character in Barrio Sesamo
- one of the spells in the "Zork" series
- the name of a Buddhist monk who Joshua (Jesus Christ) visits in his quest to learn the Divine spark in the book Lamb: The Gospel According to Biff, Christ's Childhood Pal by Christopher Moore.
- one of three components of the MAGI supercomputer from the anime Neon Genesis Evangelion
- A planet in the Ratchet & Clank series, normally the first Ratchet & Clank game
- Gaspar one of the three Magi mentioned in the famous novel Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ by Lew Wallace.
- One of the The Simpsons' cartoon characters name in the Spanish version of The Simpsons - Jasper.
- Gaspar, a character in the 2012 novel Unholy Night by Seth Grahame-Smith
- Gaspar de la Croix, A templar agent in Assassin's Creed Brotherhood.
The title character in Joseph Conrad's story Gaspar Ruiz.
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