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Hobby may refer to:
- Alfred Marmaduke Hobby (1836-1881), an American merchant, politician, and poet, and Confederate States of America military officer
- James H. Hobby (1835-1882), a United States Navy officer for whom a U.S. Navy ship was named
- Oveta Culp Hobby (1905-1995), an American publisher, federal government official, and Women's Army Corps officer
- Sir Philip Hobby, an alternative spelling for Sir Philip Hoby (1505–1558), sometimes also spelled Sir Philip Hobbye, an English ambassador
- William M. Hobby, Jr., (1899-1942), a United States Navy officer killed in action during World War II for whom a U.S. Navy ship was named
- William P. Hobby (1878-1964), an American publisher and politician and the father of William P. Hobby, Jr.
- William P. Hobby, Jr. (b. 1932), an American publisher and politician and the son of William P. Hobby
- USS Hobby (DD-610), a United States Navy destroyer in commission from 1942 to 1946
- USS William M. Hobby (DE-286), a United States Navy destroyer escort converted during construction into the high-speed transport USS William M. Hobby (APD-95)
- USS William M. Hobby (APD-95), a United States high-speed transport in commission from 1945 to 1946
- Hobby (bird), a small, very swift falcon
- Irish Hobby, a type of horse ridden by Hobelars in the Middle Ages
- Hobby—an activity done regularly for pleasure (from the older meaning, a small horse)
- Hobby Airport, a public airport serving the Houston, Texas, area in the United States
- Hobbyist, slang for a sex client soliciting online
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