Davy may refer to:
- Davy, West Virginia
- Davy (crater), a crater on the moon
- Davy (novel), a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by Edgar Pangborn
- Davy (film), a 1957 British film produced by Basil Dearden
- Davy (album), a 2009 album by Coconut Records
- Davy Stockbrokers, an Irish based wealth manager
Davy is the surname of:
- Humphry Davy (1778-1829), British chemist
- Edmund Davy (1785-1857), British chemist & academic
- Edward Davy (1806-1885), British physician & researcher
- John Davy (chemist) (1790-1868), British physician & chemist
- John Davy (cricketer) (born 1974), Irish cricketer
- John M. Davy (1835-1909), American politician
- Richard Davy (c. 1465-1507), Renaissance composer, organist and choirmaster
- Davy (Surrey cricketer), English cricketer playing in 1787-88
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“The wealth and prosperity of the country are only the comeliness of the body, the fullness of the flesh and fat; but the spirit is independent of them; it requires only muscle, bone and nerve for the true exercise of its functions. We cannot lose our liberty, because we cannot cease to think.”
—Humphry, Sir Davy (17781829)