may refer to:
In fantasy fiction:
In science and mathematics:
In popular culture:
- Magic (T-Connection album), a 1977 album by T-Connection
- Magic (Gillan album), a 1982 album by Gillan
- Magic (Jets album), a 1987 album by The Jets
- Magic (Amii Stewart album), a 1992 album by Amii Stewart
- Magic (Axel Rudi Pell album), a 1997 album by the German Guitar Wizard
- Magic (Twins album), a 2004 album by Twins
- Magic (Bruce Springsteen album), a 2007 album by Bruce Springsteen
- Magic (novel), a novel by William Goldman made into a 1978 film starring Anthony Hopkins and Ann-Margret
- Magic (film), thriller-movie from 1978 starring Anthony Hopkins.
- Magic (rapper), a New Orleans-based rapper
- Magic (magazine), a magazine for magicians
- Magic (music magazine), a monthly music magazine in France
- Magic (Pilot song), a 1974 hit song by Pilot
- Magic (Olivia Newton-John song), a 1980 song by Olivia Newton-John
- Magic (The Cars song), a 1984 song by The Cars
- Magic (Robin Thicke song), a 2008 song by Robin Thicke
- Magick (song), a 2006 song by the Klaxons
- Magick Power, a 1987 song by the paisley underground band, Opal.
In computing programming:
- Magic (programming), a general term for hiding complexity, as well as a UNIX command for "magically" determining unknown filetypes
- Deep magic, a term for completely unknown workings in the depths of a software
- Black magic (programming), a synonym for voodoo programming, techniques which seem to work but aren't fully understood as to why they work
- Magic number (programming), an arbitrary number that has been assigned a special meaning
- "Magic", a version of the MUMPS programming language developed by Meditech
- Magic (software), a popular VLSI layout tool
- Magic Software Enterprises, a software company which maintains eDeveloper
- ImageMagick, a suite of imaging programs
- MAJC, a multi-core, multi-threaded processor targeted at running Java code made by Sun Microsystems in the 1990s
- Magic (object-oriented programming), A prototype-based, object-oriented, event-driven (mainly I/O events) interpreted programming language developed at the Experimental Computing Facility, University of California, Berkeley.
Among radio stations:
- Magic Radio, a radio network and television channel based in the United Kingdom (disambiguation for affiliates)
- WKLI (Magic 100), a radio station in Albany, New York
- KZMG (Magic 93.1), a radio station in Boise, Idaho
- WMJX (Magic 106.7), a radio station in Boston, Massachusetts
- KKMG (98.9 Magic FM), a radio station in Colorado Springs, Colorado
- WMGC-FM (Magic 105.1), a radio station in Detroit, Michigan
- WMGS (Magic 93), a radio station in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
- Magic 89.9, a radio station in Manila, Philippines
- WLTB (Magic 101.7), a radio station in Binghamton, New York
- Magic 1278, a radio station in Melbourne, Australia
- Magic 107.7 FM, a radio station in Orlando, Florida
- KMAJ-FM (Majic 107.7 FM), a radio station in Topeka, Kansas
- Magic 97.3 FM, a radio station in Panama City, Florida
- Magic 96.5 FM, a radio station in Birmingham, Alabama
- WMGQ Magic 98.3 FM, a radio station in New Brunswick, New Jersey
- Magic 105.7 FM, a radio station in Cleveland, Ohio.
- WTHZ (Magic 94.1), a radio station in Greensboro, North Carolina. Another station in the area, WMAG-FM, used the handle "Magic 99.5" for a period of time in the 1980s.
- Magic 100.5 FM, A radio station in Cumberland, Maryland.
- Majic 102.3 FM, the #1 R&B radio station in the Washington D.C. area.
- Magic 95.5 FM a radio station in Reno, Nevada
Magic can also mean: