Mago may refer to:
- Mago (genus), a genus of jumping spiders
- Mago (goddess), or "Ma Gu" (Chinese: 麻姑), the Xian (Taoism) or a goddess in East Asia
- Mago (goddess) (마고: 麻姑), in Korean mythology
- Mago Island, an island in Fiji
- Mago, Minorca, a Carthaginian and later Roman town in Minorca
- Mago, Russia, a townlet in Russia
- Mago National Park, in southwest Ethiopia
- Mago (agricultural writer), a Carthaginian writer quoted and drawn on by Columella
- Mago, a Japanese arcade game player.
- Mago (Barcid) (243 BCE - 203 BCE), a Carthaginian general, son of Hamilcar Barca and brother of Hannibal
- Mago (fleet commander), (died 383 BCE), a Carthaginian fleet commander, active in Sicily
- Mago (general), a Carthaginian general active in Sicily in the mid 4th century BCE
- The Magonids of the ruling dynasty of Carthage from 550 BCE to 340 BCE
- Andrea Bargnani known as "Il Mago" (1985 -) Italian basketball player
- Francisco Mago Leccia "Mago") (1931 - 2004), Venezuelan ichthyologist
- Hannibal Mago (died 406 BCE) Carthaginian Shofet and General
- Mago (album), a 2007 Jazz album by Billy Martin and John Medeski
- Mägo de Oz, a Celtic folk metal band from Spain
- Nurarihyon no Mago, a manga series
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