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Judy is a short form of the name Judith.
Judy may refer to:
- Judy, Kentucky, village in Montgomery County
- Judy Woods, woodlands in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England
- Judy (dog) (1936–1950), Royal Navy Second World War ship's dog awarded the Dickin Medal
- Judy of Punch and Judy (dogs) (fl. 1946), British dog awarded the Dickin Medal
- Judy the Beauty (foaled 2009), Canadian-American racehorse
- "Judy" (Elvis Presley song) (1961)
- "Judy" (The Pipettes song) (2005)
- "Judy" (Thomas Anders song) (1980)
- "Judy", a song from the album Lost & Found (1961–62) by The Beach Boys
- "Judy", a song from the album On the Double by Golden Earring
- "Judy", a song from Tony Bennett's album When Lights Are Low by Hoagy Carmichael and Sammy Lerner
- Typhoon Judy (1982)
- Typhoon Judy (1989)
- Judy, Allied codename for the Japanese Yokosuka D4Y dive bomber aircraft during World War II
- Judy, a colloquial name for a dress form
- Abisara, a genus of metalmark butterflies commonly known as the Judies
- Judy array, a complex data structure in computer science
- Judy Trust, a Sierra Leonean charity
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