Enmebaragesi or Mebaragesi ( * ca 2615 BC; † ca 2585 BC ) was a Sumerian king of the Etana dynasty in the city of Kish. His son and successor was Agga.
Enmebaragesi appears in the later king lists. He is the first Sumerian ruler who is busy on contemporary monuments. His name appears on a stone bowl from Hafaǧi and one that was bought in the art market.