Henri Gout (9 November 1876 – 7 December 1953) was a French politician.
He was elected to the Chamber of Deputies to represent Aude in 1928 and served until 1940. In the Chamber he was interested in public health measures.
Gout was one of the eighty who voted against granting special powers to Marshal Philippe Pétain on 10 July 1940. His opposition to Pétain and Pierre Laval resulted in his expulsion from the Chamber and later house arrest in the Ariège.
- Jolly, Jean (1960). "Dictionnaire des Parlementaires français 1889-1940" (in French). Presses Universitaires de France. Retrieved 2007-09-29.