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Picquet may refer to:
- An alternative spelling for Picket
- Picquet (military), a small temporary military post closer to the enemy than the main formation
- Picquet (punishment), a form of military punishment in vogue in the 16th and 17th centuries in Europe
- Picquet (military), a group of soldiers, etc detailed for a specific duty, e.g. fire picquet - on call to deal with any outbreaks of fire in a camp, etc or its surroundings
- François Picquet (1708–1781) was a Sulpician priest who came to Montreal from France in 1734.
- Count Toussaint-Guillaume Picquet de la Motte (1720–1791), a French admiral
- Aimé Picquet du Boisguy (1776–1839), a French chouan general during the French Revolution.
- Louisa Picquet (c. 1828, – 1896), an American whose life became the subject of a biography Louisa Picquet, the Octoroon, or, Inside Views of Southern Domestic Life
- Christian Picquet, pseudonym of Christian Lamothe (born 1952), a French activist and politician
- See also
- La Motte-Picquet (disambiguation), various meanings
- Piquet (disambiguation), like picquet another alternative spelling for picket now usually reserved for the game
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