Regency is the rule of a regent.
Regency may also refer to:
- British Regency, 1811–20
- Regency architecture, the architecture of the period
- Regency romance, a novel genre set in the period
- Régence, France 1715–23
- Hōjō Regency, during the Kamakura shogunate in Japan
- Regency (Indonesia), class of administrative subdivision inherited from the Regentschap of Dutch indirect rule
- Albany Regency, a political faction in the state of New York, c. 1820–50
- Regency (Jesuit), a three-year period of training for candidates to the Society of Jesus, during which the men live in and share the work of a local community of the Order.
- Regency Enterprises, a Los Angeles-based entertainment company
- Regency Television, a joint venture between Regency Enterprises and Fox Television Studios
- Regency Records, a record label founded by Johnny Carter and Lamar Gravitt
- Regency Acts, various acts of the British parliament to provide for a regent
- Regent (disambiguation)
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