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Marquis is a hereditary title of nobility.
Marquis may also refer to:
- first name / given name
- Marquis Cor Von, a name briefly used by Monty Brown, a former football player/professional wrestler
- surname / family name
- André Marquis (1883–1957), Vichy French admiral responsible for the scuttling of the French fleet in Toulon in 1942
- Don Marquis (1878–1937), writer, poet, and journalist
- Don Marquis (philosopher) (b. 1935), American philosopher and bioethicist
- Jason Marquis (born 1978), Major League Baseball All Star pitcher
- Richard Marquis (born 1945), American glass artist
- Sarah Marquis (born 1972), Swiss explorer
- Marquis No. 191, Saskatchewan, a rural municipality in Canada
- Marquis, Grenada, a town in Grenada
- Marquis, Saskatchewan, a Canadian village
- Marquis Miami, a skyscraper in Miami, Florida
- Marquis Who's Who, a biographical publisher
- Marquis reagent, used as a simple spot-test to identify alkaloids
- Marquis, a variety of Red Fife wheat
- Marquis (magazine), a fetish magazine
- BT Marquis, a telephone switchboard PBX
- Mercury Marquis and Mercury Grand Marquis, luxury cars
- The Marquis, a comic series published Oni Press (later Dark Horse), written by Guy Davis
- Marquis butterfly, a species of the brush-footed butterfly genus Bassarona
- Marquis (film), a 1989 film
- "Marquis" (song), 2013 song by Danish rapper L.O.C.
- Marquis, 1995 champion quartet of the Barbershop Harmony Society
- Marquis, a trading name of the veterinary drug ponazuril
- Marquis (ship), the French ship was lost during a battle to take control of Tobago against the Dutch.
- All pages beginning with "Marquis"
- All pages with titles containing "Marquis"
- Marquee (disambiguation)
- Maquis (disambiguation)
- Marques (disambiguation)
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