When we talk about former powerhouse, we have to mention Darkie.
A black person.
"I'll take the darkie on the left."
-a friend of mine, amongst many others, during a game of Rival Schools
Any of the non-playable characters on the player's team or side in a first or third person shooter video game. Their sole purpose is to take point and thin the ranks of the enemy prior to the player's advance into potentially hazardous areas or situations. First referenced in South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut. "Operation: Get Behind the Darkies"
"I'm going to hide out here until my Darkie takes out some of them."
"That darkie is invading our KKK territory!"
An older, somewhat funnier term for a black person. Though taboo in America (much like nigger, spick, wet back, sand nigger, chink, gook, jap) it is still socially acceptable in England.
Jesus was a darkie, you know that right?
an old-fashioned word from the 19th century often used by women and high class society back then to describe a negro, originally a negro slave; a word most often used by southern women and effete gentlemen who thought the more commonly accepted word nigger (back then) was a bit low-class and pedestrian; a polite word for a nigger slave memorialized in song by Stephen C. Foster's tunes like O Susanna, My Old Kentucky Home, and Old Folks at Home.
Scarlett: A proper southern lady always uses the word darkie when referring to her negro slaves.
Rhett: Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn. There all a bunch of lazy niggers to me.
Indians / East Indians, Middle Easterners, Arabs, Indonesians, Pacific Islanders, Filipinos, Hawaiians, any dark skinned people
"Shut up darkie!"
A dark dork. Can mean one or the other depending on sentence structure.
"Dude... you're a friggen darkie!" (Meaning they're dark)
"Dude... you're so darkie!!" (Meaning they're a dork)