CAN is an abbreviation for:

  • Calling All Nations, a Christian event, which took place in 2006 in the Berlin Olympic Stadium
  • Cantus traffic mbH, a railway company, based in Kassel
  • Centralförbundet promote alcohol -och narkotikaupplysning, Central Association for Alcohol and Other Drugs, Sweden
  • Cerium ( IV ) ammonium nitrate, (NH4) 2Ce (NO3 ) 6, oxidizing agent in organic synthesis
  • Christian Association of Nigeria, an umbrella organization of Christian churches and organizations in Nigeria
  • City Area Network, network, which is limited to a city
  • Comunidad Andina de Naciones (Andean Community), the Economic Community of South American Andean countries
  • Content Addressable Network, implementing a distributed hash table
  • Controller Area Network, often CAN bus ( automotive electronics, automation technology, partly medicine computer science )
  • Coupe d' Afrique des Nations, the French name of African Football continental championship
  • Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, Chinese airport after the IATA code
  • Calcium ammonium nitrate, N- fertilizer, ammonium nitrate calcium of English
  • Canada, as a country code according to ISO 3166-1 and Olympic country abbreviations

Can or Can stands for:

  • Can ( band ), a German rock band
  • Can ( name), a mostly male first name and surname of Turkish
  • The alternative title of the German television movie " anger " of Züli Aladag, see Anger ( TV movie )
  • 27th letter of the Georgian alphabet, see ც

Can. is an abbreviation for:

  • "Canon", a section of canon law
  • For the corresponding Ph.D.: Dr. iur. can. - Doctor iuris Canonici = doctor of canon law ( ie: the Roman Catholic canon law )

Çan stands for:

  • Çan, city and district in the Turkish province of Çanakkale

Can refer to:

  • English for pot, can

See also:

  • Cahn
  • Can-Can
  • KAN (disambiguation)
  • Disambiguation
  • Abbreviation