darky darky


  • (n) (ethnic slur) offensive term for Black people



  1. Joe Louis is, of course, a Negro but not a darky.
  2. Depressing description of the private lives of some Georgia Negroes, written in an un-nerving combination of literate English and darky dialect.
  3. Hughes had given orders not to be disturbed; the diligent darky porter refused to violate these orders.


  • Thus does McCaig try to rehabilitate Butler who, Mitchell told us, had been arrested for killing "this darky who had insulted a white woman". "What else could a Southern gentleman do?"
    on Nov 30, 2007 By: Margaret Mitchell Source: Scotsman

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