- Murphy (disambiguation)
Murphy is a common Irish surname.
Murphy may also refer to:
- Murphy (novel), by Samuel Beckett
- Murphy (novella), a 1987 novella by Gary Paulsen
- USS Murphy (DD-603), U.S. Navy Destroyer, Benson class
- Murphy Aircraft, a Canadian company
- Murphy Oil Soap, a cleaning product
- Murphy Radio, manufacturer of home radio sets
- Murphy High School, a high school in Mobile, Alabama, U.S.
- Murphy's Irish Stout, a dark beer brewed in Cork, Ireland
- Murphy is an Irish or white potato.
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People with the given name Murphy
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- Murphy Brown, title character of the TV series Murphy Brown
- Murphy Claire Levesque, daughter of Paul "Triple H" Levesque and Stephanie McMahon-Levesque
- Murphys (disambiguation)
- Murphy's law
- Robert Cushman Murphy Junior High School, a junior high school in Stony Brook, New York, U.S.
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