HO

HO stands for:

  • Trade Organization, the largest retail chain in the GDR
  • Harmonic oscillator in physics
  • Hospital Brothers of Mercy, a Catholic religious men
  • Juneyao Airlines, Chinese airline ( IATA airline code)
  • Osnabrück Hauptbahnhof ( according to DS 100)

HO as distinguishing signs on license plate:

  • Germany: county-level city court and county court
  • UK: Portsmouth
  • Austria: District Horn
  • Czech Republic: Okres Hodonín, German: Göding ( discontinued)

Ho is:

  • The symbol for the element holmium
  • An Austro- Asiatic language in India, see Ho (voice )
  • A city in Ghana, see Ho ( Ghana)
  • A town in Denmark, see Ho ( Denmark)
  • The 16th letter of the Armenian alphabet, see Հ

Ho, in the form Ho ( 허, also transliterated as Heo ) a Korean surname, in the form of Hồ a Vietnamese name, the surname of the following persons:

  • Hồ Chí Minh (1890-1969), Vietnamese revolutionary and statesman
  • Ho Ching, CEO of Temasek Holdings
  • Ho Dam (1929-1991), North Korean politician
  • Ho Feng Shan (1901-1997), Chinese diplomat
  • Ho Jin (unknown), Chinese Tennis Player
  • Ho Ka -i (1908-1953), North Korean politician
  • Ho Kuen Yiep (born 1971 ), Singaporean tennis players
  • Ho Man Hou (* 1988), football player for Macau
  • Hồ Xuân Hương (1772-1822), Vietnamese poet
  • David Ho ( born 1952 ), American AIDS researchers
  • Fred Ho ( born 1957 ), American jazz saxophonist, bandleader and writer
  • Godfrey Ho ( born 1948 ), Hong Kong - Chinese film director
  • Josie Ho ( born 1974 ), Chinese - Canadian actress and singer
  • Laurent Ho ( born 1968 ), French Hardcore techno musician and DJ
  • Michael Ho ( racing driver ) ( born 1968 ), macauischer race car driver
  • Michael Ho, known as DJ Beware ( born 1978 ), Chinese musician and DJ
  • Oliver Ho, English DJ and producer
  • Simon Ho (born 1965 ), Swiss pianist and composer
  • Siu Lun Ho ( born 1980 ), Hong Kong - Chinese rail and road cyclist
  • Stanley Ho ( born 1921 ), Chinese entrepreneurs
  • Tin -Lun Ho, American physicist
  • Tommy Ho (born 1973 ), American tennis player

Ho is:

  • The abbreviation for the language Hiri Motu ( ISO 639-1 )
  • The abbreviation of the Austrian authorities for " hierortige ", for example " the ho. authority "

See also:

  • H0 (H- zero)
  • Disambiguation
  • Abbreviation
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