EK

EK is an abbreviation for:

  • Denmark after the ICAO code
  • Equity, part of an estate that remains after deducting all of its liabilities
  • Cost price (including ERP)
  • Lone course of the Bundeswehr
  • Direct costs, a term from the cost and management accounting
  • Eisenbahn-Kurier, a journal on the railways
  • Railroad crossing in Austria
  • Iron Cross as a war prize
  • EK / service group, a trade cooperation
  • Emirates airline after the IATA code
  • , Assigned to exactly one TPM Endorsement Key clearly, the key length is set to 2048 bits and the algorithm based on the RSA algorithm, see Trusted Platform Module # Endorsement Key
  • Release candidate, a term in the jargon of the National People's Army ( DDR)
  • Geography as a school subject
  • Finding Commission
  • ErsatzKasse
  • First Communion, First Holy Communion
  • Erythrocyte concentrate, blood products
  • European Commission

EK as distinguishing signs on license plate:

  • Greece: Lorries of the civil service
  • UK: Chelmsford
  • Norway: Oslo
  • Sweden: diplomatic plates for Bosnia and Herzegovina

Ek is the surname of the following persons:

  • Anders Ek (1916-1979), Swedish film and theater actor
  • Lena Ek (born 1958 ), Swedish politician Europe
  • Mats Ek ( born 1945 ), Swedish dancer, choreographer and director
  • Ralf Ek (* 1967), German and Swedish lawyer and legal scholar
  • Torbjörn Ek (1949-2010), Swedish footballer and Bandyspieler

Ek is

  • A prefix (Greek [ ek ] " from ", " out " ) - See ancient Greek prepositions

EK is

K. abbreviation stands for

  • Registered merchant