Referred slide

  • A Greek preposition meaning by, through, see list of Greek prefixes
  • Slide ( photography), briefly slide
  • Dia ( mythology), in Greek mythology, the wife of Ixion
  • Dia (software), a universal chart, drawing and illustration program

As a geographical concept:

  • Ancient trading center in Bithynia, today Akçakoca in Turkey
  • A " sacred " island, birth island of Zeus and Dionysus, in ancient times also transferred to Naxos
  • Dia (Island), uninhabited island north of Crete
  • Dia (city), city in addition to a movement of the middle Niger
  • An ethnic group in the early Middle Ages, forerunner of the Akan
  • In ancient times, another name for Tralleis

Dia is the first name of the following person:

Dia is the surname of the following persons:

  • Ali Dia (born 1965 ), Senegalese footballer
  • Fabe Dia ( born 1977 ), French athlete
  • Issiar Dia (* 1987), Senegalese footballer
  • Mamadou Dia (1910-2009), Senegalese Prime Minister from 1960 to 1962
  • Amadou Dia Ba (born 1958 ), Senegalese Athlete

DIA as an abbreviation stands for

  • Distribuidora Internacional de Alimentacion SA, a Spanish food discounter
  • Danske Institut i Athen, the Danish Archaeological Institute in Athens
  • Death in Action, a former German metal band
  • Defense Intelligence Agency, an intelligence agency of the United States
  • Denver International Airport, Denver International Airport in the U.S. after the IATA code
  • Detroit Institute of Arts, USA
  • German abroad eV
  • German Real Estate Academy at the University of Freiburg
  • German indoor and outdoor commercial operation of the GDR Berlin
  • German Institute for retirement, one borne by financial service think tank with the aim of (partial) privatization of welfare
  • Diaconal workers / inside Initiative eV
  • Diazepam
  • Direct investment abroad, investment guarantees of the Federal Republic of Germany
  • Direzione Investigativa AntiMafia
  • Drug Information Association

See also:

  • El Día
  • Diya
  • Disambiguation
  • Abbreviation