From Middle English Sarisberie, from Old English Searesbyriġ, Searobyriġ, Searoburh, from searu (“armor”) via folk etymology + byriġ, burh (“stronghold”), partial translation of Latin Sorvioduni, Sorbiodoni, from *Sorvio-, *Sorbio- of unknown Celtic origin, possibly ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *srew- (“to flow”) (compare Proto-Celtic *srutom (“a stream”)) + Proto-Celtic *dūnom (“stronghold”).
- A surname.
- A city in Wiltshire, England.
- A town in Connecticut
- A town in Dominica
- A city in Maryland, USA, and the county seat of Wicomico County.
- A town and census-designated place in Massachusetts
- A city in Missouri
- A village in New Brunswick
- A town in New Hampshire
- A town in New York
- A city in North Carolina, and the county seat of Rowan County.
- A borough in Pennsylvania
- A city and suburb in South Australia
- A town in Vermont
- (historical) Former name of , the capital city of Zimbabwe (then Rhodesia)