AQI or Aqi may refer to:
Aqib Talib (born February 13, 1986) is an American football cornerback for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League (NFL).
Aqidah (Arabic: عقيدة, translit. ʿaqīdah, plural عقائد, ʿaqāʾid, also spelled aqeeda or ʿaqīda) is an Islamic term meaning "creed".
Aqil Agha al-Hasi (Arabic: عقيل آغا الحاسي, given name also spelled Aqil, Aqila, Akil or Akili; military title sometimes spelled Aga) (died 1870) was the strongman of northern Palestine in the mid-19th century, during Ottoman rule.
Aqir, also spelt Akir and Akkur, was a Palestinian Arab village in the Ramle Subdistrict, located 9 km southwest of Ramla and 1 km north of Wadi al-Nasufiyya (today called Nahal Ekron).
Aqilabad (Persian: عقيل اباد, also Romanized as ‘Aqīlābād; also known as Aghil Abad) is a village in Sedeh Rural District, in the Central District of Arak County, Markazi Province, Iran.
Aqib Khan (Urdu: عاقب خان; born 24 August 1994) is an English actor of Pakistani descent.
Aqif Pasha Elbasani (1860 or 1861 – 1926), also referred as Aqif Pashë Elbasani, Aqif Pashë Biçaku, Aqif Pashë Biçakçiu, was an Albanian political figure.
Aqion is a hydrochemistry software tool. It bridges the gap between scientific software (such like PhreeqC)
`Aqīqah, "Aqeeqa", "Aqeeqah" ([Arabic]: عقيقة) is the Islamic tradition of the sacrifice of an animal on the occasion of a child's birth.