CAQ can refer to:
The caquetoire, or conversation chair, was an armchair style which emerged during the European Renaissance.
Caquetaia is a small genus of cichlid fishes from Panama and tropical South America. The genus currently contains four species.
CAQH [legal name: Council for Affordable Quality Healthcare] is an American non-profit organization established in 2000 and based in Washington, DC.
Caquetá Department (Spanish pronunciation: [kakeˈta]) is a department of Colombia. Located in the Amazonas region, Caquetá borders with the departments of Cauca and Huila to the west, the department of Meta to the north, the department of Guaviare to the northeast, the department of Vaupés to the east, the departments of Amazonas and Putumayo to the south covering a total area of 88,965 km², the third largest in the country.
Caquetio, Caiquetio, or Caiquetia, were natives of northwestern Venezuela, living along the shores of Lake Maracaibo at the time of the Spanish conquest.
The Caquetá seedeater (Sporophila murallae) is a passerine bird from the western Amazon Basin in south-eastern Colombia, eastern Ecuador, north-eastern Peru and far western Brazil (western Acre and Amazonas only).
The Caquetá titi (Callicebus caquetensis), also known as the red-bearded titi or the bushy-bearded titi, is a species of titi monkey endemic to Colombia found in the Department of Caquetá region.
Caqar (also, Dzhagar) is a village and municipality in the Qusar Rayon of Azerbaijan. It has a population of 371.
The Kaqchikel, or Kaqchiquel, language (in modern orthography; formerly also spelled Cakchiquel or Cakchiquiel) is an indigenous Mesoamerican language and a member of the Quichean–Mamean branch of the Mayan languages family.