Guga may refer to:
- Guga River (Romania), tributary of the Iada River in Romania
- Guga River (Papua New Guinea)
- Guga, a village in Cășeiu Commune, Cluj County, Romania
- Gugga, a figure in Panjab legend
- Aurel Guga (1898-1936), former Romanian footballer.
- Bledion Guga (born 1986), Albanian footballer
- Guga, Alexandre da Silva (born 1964), Brazilian footballer
- Gustavo Kuerten (born 1976), Brazilian tennis player
- Guga, José Augusto Santana Santos, (born 1977), Brazilian footballer
- Guga (Punjab), a village near to Amritsar in India, where Jassa Singh Ramgarhia was born
- in Highland English, to a young gannet
- in quantum chemistry to the Graphical Unitary Group Approach (GUGA)
Guga (footballer, born 1964)
Alexandre da Silva, nicknamed Guga (born June 14, 1964 in Osasco, Brazil) is a former Brazilian football player who was the Top Scorer for the 1993 Brazilian Serie A with 14 goals.
Guga played for Goiás and Santos in the Campeonato Brasileiro.
Guga (footballer, born 1977)
José Augusto Santana dos Santos (born 14 March 1977 in Rosário do Catete, Sergipe), commonly known as Guga, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder.
He spent most of his professional career in Portugal, representing five clubs over the course of eight top division seasons (11 years in total).
n. (context Scotland English) solan goose