Dawkins is an English surname. It is a compound of 'Daw', a common diminutive of 'David' during the Middle Ages, and Kin; literally "the kin of David". It has also been linked with the Keynes family as a derivative name. It may refer to:
- Benjamin C. Dawkins, Jr. (1911–1984), US District Judge in Louisiana
- Benjamin C. Dawkins, Sr. (1881–1966), US District Judge in Louisiana
- Brian Dawkins (born 1973), American football Safety for the Denver Broncos
- Cecil Dawkins (born 1927), North American author, also known for her personal correspondence with Flannery O'Connor
- Sir Clinton Edward Dawkins (1859–1905), British businessman and civil servant
- Darryl Dawkins (born 1957), American basketball player and coach
- Derek Dawkins, English footballer
- Egbert Nathaniel Dawkins III aka Aloe Blacc, American soul singer and musician
- Gookie Dawkins (born 1979), baseball player
- James Dawkins (antiquarian) (1722, Jamaica – 6 September 1757, Sutton's Plantation, Jamaica) was a British antiquarian and Jacobite.
- Jimmy Dawkins, Chicago blues musician
- John Sydney "Joe" Dawkins (born 1947), Australian politician, instigator of educational reforms known as the Dawkins Revolution
- John Dawkins, Australian politician, member of South Australian Legislative Council
- Johnny Dawkins (born 1963), American basketball player and coach
- Marian Stamp Dawkins (born 1945), professor of animal behaviour at Oxford, ex-wife of Richard Dawkins
- Marvin Dawkins aka MC Romeo (born 1980), British garage music MC and member of So Solid Crew
- Paul Dawkins (born 1979), American basketball player
- Peter Dawkins:
- Peter Dawkins, writer and founder-director of the Francis Bacon Research Trust
- Peter Dawkins (born 1946), New Zealand record producer and musician
- Peter Miller Dawkins (born 1938) former US Army Brigadier General, Heisman Trophy winner, Rhodes Scholar, and currently vice chairman of Citigroup Private Bank
- Richard Dawkins (born 1941), ethologist, evolutionary biologist, and noted atheist
- Richard MacGillivray Dawkins (1871–1955), British archaeologist
- Sean Dawkins (born 1971), American football player
- William Boyd Dawkins (1837–1929), British geologist and archaeologist
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