Doquz Khatun (also spelled Dokuz Khatun) (d. 1265) was a 13th-century princess of the Keraites who was married to Hulagu Khan, founder of the Ilkhanate.
Doqondar (Persian: دغندر, also Romanized as Doqandar and Do Qondor; also known as Doghondar, Dowjāndār, Dūgandar, and Dūghandar) is a village in Madvarat Rural District, in the Central District of Shahr-e Babak County, Kerman Province, Iran.
DoQmentaries (pronounced as “documentaries” with letter Q to designate its producer and network that broadcasts it) is a monthly television show produced by Q through GMA News and Public Affairs.
Doqemo is a village in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It lies at an altitude of 4,850 metres (15,915 feet) about halfway between Lhasa and Nagqu, to the east.
Robert DoQui (April 20, 1934 – February 9, 2008) was an American actor who starred in film and on television.
Doqoi is a village and township in the Tibet Autonomous Region, in China.
A digital orthophoto quadrangle (DOQ) is aerial photography or satellite imagery that has been corrected so that its pixels are aligned with longitude and latitude lines, and have a narrowly defined region of coverage.
Dughayi (Persian: دوغائي, also Romanized as Dūghāyī; also known as Dowghā’ī, Doqā’ī, Dowqā’ī, Dughai, and Dūghānī) is a village in Dughayi Rural District, in the Central District of Quchan County, Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran.
Dowqarun (Persian: دوقارون, also Romanized as Dowqārūn, Dūghārūn, Do Ghārūn, and Doqārūn; also known as Dehqārown and Doghāravan) is a village in Pain Velayat Rural District, in the Central District of Taybad County, Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran.
DOQ may refer: