King David (c. 1040–971 BC) was the second king of the United Kingdom of Israel and a figure in the scriptures of Abrahamic religions.
David may also refer to:
- David (name), a common given name and surname
- Saint David, the patron saint of Wales
- David of Bulgaria, Bulgarian noble from 10th century
- David of Sassoun, Armenian epic hero
- David the Invincible, Armenian philosopher
- David I of Scotland, former King of Scotland
- David II of Scotland, former King of Scotland
- David Abraham Cheulkar (1909–1981), Indian Hindi film actor Known simply as "David"
- David Vetter (1971–1984), the "Boy in the Bubble" known only as "David" during his lifetime, to protect his family's privacy
- Jacques-Louis David (1748–1825), French Neoclassical painter
- David (Michelangelo), a sculpture by Michelangelo
- David (Donatello), either of two sculptures by Donatello
- David (Bernini), a sculpture by Gian Lorenzo Bernini
- David (Verrocchio), a sculpture by Andrea del Verrochio
- David (1951 film)
- David (1979 film), a West German film set in Nazi Germany
- David (1988 film), an American drama on ABC, based on the story of David Rothenberg
- David (2013 Hindi film)
- David (2013 Tamil film)
- David (David Meece album) (1976)
- David (David Ruffin album) (2004)
- A Band Called David, a Californian Christian music group
- David, a 1955 opera by Darius Milhaud
- David, Panama
- David, California, U.S.
- David, Kentucky, U.S.
- David City, Nebraska, U.S.
- Camp David, American presidential retreat on Catoctin Mountain, Maryland
- David, a village in Văleni Commune, Neamţ County, Romania
- David (car), a Spanish car-manufacturing company
- Dávid, a Slovak noble family
- Hurricane David, a 1979 hurricane
- DAVID bioinformatics, a bioinformatics tool for high-throughput analysis of gene product functions
- David Laserscanner, a software package and wiki for 3D laser scanning
- David Sunflower Seeds, a ConAgra Foods brand
- David di Donatello Awards, an Italian film award
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