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Coquille, the French word for "shell" (like an oyster shell), can refer to:
- Coquille people, a Native American tribe in Oregon
- Coquille Indian Tribe, a federally recognized Native American tribal entity in Oregon
- Guy Coquille (1523–1603), French jurist
- Coquille, Oregon, a city in the U.S. state of Oregon
- La Coquille, a village and commune in the Dordogne département of western France.
- Coquille River, a river in Oregon
- Coquille (steamboat), a 1908 propellor-driven steamboat in Oregon, United States
- French frigate Coquille (1794), French Navy ship later renamed HMS Coquille
- French ship Astrolabe (1811), originally christened Coquille
- Coquille St. Jacques, the French term for the scallop, which also refers to a classic French dish with scallops prepared with cream sauce in a scallop shell (see Shell of Saint James)
- Coquille (engineering), a form for metal casting
- Coquille board, a type of textured drawing paper
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