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Daft is an Old English-derived word for silly, stupid, or mad, depending on context. Can also mean wanting or having the desire to die.
Daft may also refer to:
- DAFT (treaty), Dutch-American Friendship Treaty, signed in 1956
- Daft (album), a 1986 album by Art of Noise
- D.A.F.T.: A Story About Dogs, Androids, Firemen and Tomatoes, a collection of music videos from Daft Punk's first album Homework
- Charles Daft (1830-1915), English cricketer
- Douglas Daft (born 1943), Australian businessman
- Harry Daft (1866–1945), English footballer
- Kevin Daft (born 1975), American football coach and former professional quarterback
- Leo Daft (1843–1922), English professor and builder of early American urban railroads
- Richard Daft (1835–1900), English cricketer, brother of Charles Daft
- Richard Daft (cricketer, born 1863), son of Richard Daft
- Richard L. Daft, American professor of management
- Daft Punk, a French music duo
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