LO

LO is the abbreviation for:

  • Landsorganisationen i Danmark, the Confederation of Danish Workers' Unions
  • Landsorganisasjonen i Norge, the Norwegian Confederation of Workers' Unions
  • Landsorganisationen i Sverige, the Swedish Confederation of Workers' Unions
  • Lehrer-Online, an internet site with lesson plans and teaching materials around the use of new media in school education
  • Learning Organization
  • LibreOffice, a free office productivity suite
  • Left Opposition of the KPD, German Trotskyist organization
  • LO Holding Lausanne- Ouchy SA, a Swiss real estate company
  • Lo Monastery ( lo dgon pa), a monastery in Tibet
  • Lo -Reninge, a village in the Belgian municipality
  • Local oscillator (English Local oscillator), a mixing frequency in the high-frequency technology
  • Low, the short form of the English word for low, often in conjunction or in opposition to HI for high ( high)
  • Polish Airlines ( LOT), the IATA code of the Polish airline
  • Robur LO, a truck brand ( colloquial name, pronounced " Ello " for " air-cooled gasoline engine " )
  • Workers Struggle, a Trotskyist party in France
  • Metro Station Lorenz church, a stop of the Nuremberg U -Bahn
  • Cogwheel train Lausanne- Ouchy, a railway initials
  • Austria after the ICAO code

LO as distinguishing signs on license plate:

  • UK: Borehamwood (for vehicles from London)
  • Italy: Province of Lodi
  • Serbia: Loznica
  • Spain: Logroño (La Rioja) ( discontinued)

Lo or Lô is a surname:

  • Anna Lo ( born 1950 ), Northern Irish politician
  • Cheikh Lô ( born 1959 ), Senegalese musician
  • Lo Chuen Tsung ( born 1963 ), Chinese table tennis player ( Hong Kong)
  • Dennis Lo ( born 1963 ), Chinese pathologist
  • Ivar Lo - Johansson (1901-1990), Swedish writer
  • Lo Ka Chun ( b. 1977 ), hongkong race car driver
  • Lo Lieh (1939-2002), Chinese actor and filmmaker
  • Lo Man Kam ( born 1933), Asian Wing Chun fighter and teacher
  • Ismaël Lô ( born 1956 ), Senegalese musician
  • Kenneth Lo ( * 1913), Chinese Tennis Player
  • Peter Lo Sui Yin (* 1923), second Prime Minister of Sabah, Malaysia
  • Stanislaus Lo Kuang (1911-2004), Chinese clergyman, Archbishop of Taipei
  • Wayne Lo ( born 1974 ), American gunman
  • Y Sa Lo ( * 1945), Austrian actress

Lo is a part of the name may refer to:

  • Eleonora Lo Bianco ( born 1979 ), Italian volleyball player
  • Francesco Lo Savio (1935-1963), Italian painter
  • Giacomo Lo Verde, Italian painter
  • Guillaume Lo A Njoe ( b. 1937 ), Dutch artist
  • Luigi Lo Cascio (born 1967 ), Italian actor
  • Patrick Lo Giudice ( b. 1959 ), Swiss artist
  • Salvatore Lo Forte (1809-1885), Italian painter
  • Salvatore Lo Piccolo ( born 1942 ), leader of the Sicilian Cosa Nostra
  • Sebastiano Lo Monaco (~ 1730 - ~ 1775), Italian painter of the late Baroque
  • Sebastiano Lo Nigro (1919-1984), an Italian anthropologist
  • Tony Lo Bianco ( b. 1936 ), American film and theater actor, and film director

Lo is the name of:

  • A former kingdom in the local language, see Mustang ( UK )
  • A Vanuatu island in a condensed form, see Loh (Island )

Lo designates:

  • The Lao language ( ISO 639-1 )
  • Disambiguation
  • Abbreviation
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