Malherbe is a surname of French origin. Notable people with the surname include:de Malherbe family (Normandy):
François de Malherbe (1555-1628), French poet, reformer of French language;
Marc-Antoine de Malherbe (1600-1627), duellist, son of the poet François de Malherbe;
Jean-Baptiste-Antoine de Malherbe (1712-1771), archbishop of Tours;
Jean de Malherbe (1911-1983), author in political and economic sciences;
de Malherbe family (Maine):
Raymond de Malherbe (1826-1891), French politician, senator;
Maria-Dolorès de Malherbe (1894-1966), recognised "Righteous Among the Nations";
Guy de Malherbe (born in 1958), painter;
Apolline de Malherbe (born in 1980), television journalist;
Malherbe family from South Africa:
Daniël Francois Malherbe (1881-1969), South-African Afrikaans-language novelist, poet, dramatist and scholar;
Ernst Gideon Malherbe (1895-1982), South-African pedagogue and university dean;
Arnaud Malherbe (born in 1972), South-African athlete, 400 meters runner;
Jozua François Malherbe (born in 1991), South-African international rugby union player;
Stephanie Malherbe (born in 1996), South-African international football player;
Malherbe families from Belgium:
Jean-François Malherbe (1950-2015), Belgian philosopher and writer;
André Malherbe (born in 1956), Belgian former Grand Prix motocross racer;
Anne Malherbe (born in 1968), Belgian spouse of Rafael Correa, president of Ecuador from 2007 to 2017.
Albert Malherbe (1845-1915), French doctor in dermatology;
Alfred Malherbe (1804–1865), French magistrate and naturalist;
Annet Malherbe (born 1957), Dutch actress;
Arnaud Malherbe (born in 1972), French script writer and director;
Charles Théodore Malherbe (1853-1911), French violinist, musicologist and composer;
Delphine de Malherbe (born in 1973), French writer and play director;
Didier Malherbe (born 1943), French rock and jazz saxophonist;
Edmond Malherbe (1870-1963), French composer;
Flora Malherbe, fictional character on the American sitcom The Andy Griffith Show;
Guy Malherbe (born 1946), French politician, mayor and member of the National Assembly;
Henri de Malherbe (1910-?), French international rugby union player (list of selections) and chairman of SC Mazamet;
Henry de Malherbe (1847-1908), French civil servant, prefect of Valenciennes, Niort and Oran;
Henry Malherbe (1886–1958), journalist and French writer, winner of the Prix Goncourt in 1917;
Hermeline Malherbe (born in 1969), French politician, senator;
Jean Fontaine-Malherbe (ca. 1740-1780), French writer;
Jean-François Boursault-Malherbe (1750-1842), French revolutionary and theater director;
Joseph Anne Robert Malherbe (1758-1841), French politician and magistrate;
Michel Malherbe (born in 1930), French civil engineer and encyclopaedist;
Michel Malherbe (born in 1941), French philosopher;
Óscar Malherbe de León (born in 1964), Mexican drug lord;
Pierre-Olivier Malherbe (ca. 1569 – ca. 1616), French explorer;
Suzanne Malherbe (1892–1972), French illustrator and photographer.
La Haye-Malherbe, civil parish of Eure;
Malherbe-sur-Ajon, new civil parish of Calvados, from which a delegated civil district is Saint-Agnan-le-Malherbe;
Neuilly-le-Malherbe, civil parish of Calvados merged in 1972 into Vacognes-Neuilly;
Crêt Malherbe, culminating point (946 m) of the Monts du Lyonnais.
Boughton Malherbe, civil parish of Kent;
Cricket Malherbie, village of Knowle St Giles, civil parish of Somerset.
Aghlal, town of the district of Aïn Témouchent (Algeria), formerly named De Malherbe in honour of Prefect Henry de Malherbe ("De Malherbe". ).
Lycée Malherbe of Caen, state lycée that bears the name of François de Malherbe. Stade Malherbe de Caen is a sporting club originating from this lycée;
École Malherbe de Grenoble ("École Malherbe". ), state primary school;
Malherbe International School du Pecq et du Vésinet ("Malherbe International School". ), private international primary school.
Château de Malherbes, château of the XIXth century and vineyard of Premières-côtes-de-bordeaux, located on the civil parish of Latresne (Gironde) ;
Château Malherbe ("Château Malherbe". ), vineyard of Côtes-de-provence, located on the civil parish of Bormes-les-Mimosas (Var).
Malherbe's parakeet, species of parakeet whose naming is dedicated to the naturalist Alfred Malherbe;
Pilomatricoma also known as a calcifying epithelioma of Malherbe, benign skin tumor whose naming is dedicated to the dermatologist doctor Albert Malherbe;
Henry Malherbe Prize, literary prize whose naming is dedicated to the writer Henry Malherbe.