DOK or Dok may refer to:
Dokken are an American metal band formed in 1979. They split up in 1989 and reformed four years later.
DokiDoki! PreCure (ドキドキ！プリキュア, Dokidoki! Purikyua, literally "Heart-Pounding! Pretty Cure"), also known as Doki Doki Pretty Cure, is a Japanese anime series produced by Toei Animation and the tenth installment in Izumi Todo's Pretty Cure franchise.
Doku Khamatovich Umarov (Chechen: Ӏумар КӀант Доккa, Jumar Khant Dokka; Russian: Доку Хаматович Умаров, Doku Khamatovich Umarov); also known as Dokka Umarov as well as by his Arabized name of Dokka Abu Usman; (13 April 1964 – 7 September 2013) was a Chechen Islamist militant in Russia.
Doktor Faust is an opera by Ferruccio Busoni with a German libretto by the composer himself, based on the myth of Faust.
Dokkaebi (Korean: 도깨비) are legendary creatures from Korean mythology and folklore. Dokkaebi, also known as Korean goblins, possess extraordinary powers and abilities that are used to interact with humans, at times playing tricks on them and at times helping them.
DOK-ING d.o.o is a large Croatian producer of electric vehicles, specializing in unmanned multi-purpose vehicles established in 1992. DOK-ING is developing a small electric city car called the XD.
Dokaben (Japanese: ドカベン) is a baseball manga by Shinji Mizushima, serialized in Akita Shoten Weekly Shōnen Champion magazine from April 24, 1972 to March 27, 1981. Chapters of the series published in 48 Tankōbon volumes by Akita Shoten.
Dokk1 or Dokken is a building, public library and culture center in Aarhus, Denmark. It is situated on Hack Kampmanns Plads in the city center by the waterfront next to the Custom House.
The Dokdo-class amphibious assault ship (Hangul: 독도급 강습상륙함, Hanja: 獨島級強襲上陸艦) is a class of Landing Platform Helicopter (LPH) amphibious assault ships operated by the Republic of Korea Navy (ROKN).