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From the Star Wars universe, where it is used as a title for Sith Lords.

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  1. (humorous) Used as a title or name for an evil person.
    • 2000, David G. Messerschmitt, Understanding Networked Applications: A First Course (textbook), Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, →ISBN, page 400:
      Consider the threat of an evil hacker, Darth, who can not only eavesdrop on your network connection but also alter the messages that are sent.
    • 2000, Antonio J. Mendez and Malcolm McConnell, The Master of Disguise: My Secret Life in the CIA,[1] HarperCollins (2000), →ISBN, page 186:
      [] glaring malevolently across his desk at me in the manner that had earned him the nickname “Darth” among his elite cadre of audio penetration officers.
    • 2005, John Illig, Pacific Dream: A Pacific Crest Trail Through-Hike, Elderberry Press, →ISBN, page 74:
      The evil Darth Leonard steals the formula and a young couple must get it back (real life Ward Leonard is a legendary recluse who has hiked the Appalachian Trail something like 20-30 times).

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