Doxy bezeichnet:

  • eine Komposition von Sonny Rollins, siehe Doxy (Jazzstandard)
  • Wesen, die im Buch „Harry Potter und der Orden des Phönix“ vorkommen, siehe Doxys
  • einen Slangausdruck, der übersetzt so viel wie „Schlampe“ bedeutet.
  • Handelsnamen des Arzneistoffs Doxycyclin

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