- Darcy (disambiguation)
Darcy or Darci could refer to one of several items:
- Darcy's law, which describes the flow of a fluid through porous material
- the darcy, a unit of permeability of fluids in porous material
- the Darcy friction factor in the field of fluid mechanics
- Darcy–Weisbach equation used in hydraulics for calculation of the head loss due to friction
- Conyers Darcy (c. 1685–1758), British politician and courtier
- Dame Darcy, American graphic artist, cartoonist, and musician
- Emma Darcy, pseudonym of Australian husband and wife writers Frank and Wendy Brennan
- Eamonn Darcy (born 1952), Irish golfer
- Henry Darcy (1803–1858), French scientist who made several important contributions to hydraulics and hydrogeology and for whom the unit of permeability is named
- Les Darcy (1895–1917), Australian boxer
- Luke Darcy (born 1975), former Australian rules footballer
- Robert Darcy, 4th Earl of Holderness (1718–1778), British diplomat and politician
- Darcy Blake (born 1988), Welsh footballer
- Darcey Bussell (born 1969), de facto prima ballerina, the Royal Ballet, London (retired)
- Darci Kistler (born 1964), principal dancer, New York City Ballet (retired)
- Darcy Ribeiro, (1922–1997), Brazilian anthropologist and politician
- Darcy Tucker (born 1975), professional ice hockey player
- Darcy Hordichuk (born 1980), professional ice hockey player
- Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy, from Jane Austen's novel Pride and Prejudice
- Lord Darcy (fiction), a detective created by Randall Garrett
- Diane Darcy, racing car driver
- Darcy Edwards, student on Degrassi: The Next Generation
- Darcy (Winx club), a witch from animated series Winx Club
- Darcy Doll, an android companion created by the Toyman in the 1990s Superman animated series. She turned on him and was eventually destroyed by the Toyman.
- Darcy v. Allein, the first court case to result in a judgement against monopoly
- D'arcy (disambiguation)
- Baron Darcy (disambiguation)
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