In the United States:
- Worth, Illinois
- Worth Township, Cook County, Illinois
- Worth Township, Woodford County, Illinois
- Worth Township, Indiana
- Worth Township, Michigan
- Worth, Missouri
- Worth County, Missouri
- Worth County, Iowa
- Worth, New York
- Worth Township, Butler County, Pennsylvania
- Worth Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania
- Worth Township, Mercer County, Pennsylvania
In the United Kingdom:
- Worth, Kent, in Dover district
- Worth, West Sussex, a civil parish in West Sussex
- Worth village, West Sussex, a village in Crawley
- Worth Matravers or short Worth in Dorset
- Worth, Schleswig-Holstein
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