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Whisky (Scottish English; otherwise whiskey) is an alcoholic beverage.
Whisky or whiskey may refer to:
Art, entertainment, and media
- Whiskey, a character from the TV series Dollhouse
- Whisky (film), a 2004 Argentine-German-Spanish-Uruguayan tragicomedy film
- Way Down Yonder (re-released in 1997 as Whiskey), an album by country artist Charlie Daniels
- "Whiskey" (song), a song recorded by American actress and country music artist Jana Kramer
- "Whiskey", a song by British punk rock band Inspiral Carpets released on their Cow (1987) demo tape in
- "Whiskey", the second song from Loggins and Messina's album Loggins and Messina (1972)
- "Whiskey", the second song from New Riders of the Purple Sage's album Gypsy Cowboy (1972)
- Whiskey (play), a one-act play written in 1973 by Terrence McNally
- One-horse shay (also called a whisky), a light, covered, two-wheeled carriage for two persons
- Whisky, the pronunciation of W, the 23rd letter in the NATO phonetic alphabet
- Whisky a Go Go, a nightclub in West Hollywood, California, United States
- Whiskey-class submarine, a class of naval submarines that the Soviet Union built in the early Cold War period
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