NI stands for:

  • National Instruments, a U.S. company for hardware and software solutions in measuring and control technology
  • Native Instruments, manufacturer of software tools and hardware solutions
  • Nicaragua to ISO 3166
  • Lower ISO 3166-2
  • Renal insufficiency; see Chronic renal failure
  • Niue according to the ICAO code
  • Northern Ireland

NI as a distinguishing mark on license plate:

  • Germany: Nienburg / Weser
  • Greece: Thessaloniki ( only for motorcycles)
  • Serbia: Nis
  • Slovakia: Okres Nitra (not yet assigned)

Departments in Nicaragua according to ISO 3166-2:

  • NI -AN, Región Autónoma del Atlántico Norte
  • NI -AS, Región Autónoma del Atlántico Sur
  • NI -BO, Boaco
  • NI- CA, Carazo
  • NI -CI, Chinandega
  • NI -CO, Chontales
  • NI -ES, Estelí
  • NI -GR, Granada
  • NI JI, Jinotega
  • NI LE, Leon
  • NI MD, Madriz
  • NI -MN, Managua
  • NI -MS, Masaya
  • NI -MT, Matagalpa
  • NI -NS, Nueva Segovia
  • NI -RI, Rivas
  • NI SJ, Río San Juan

Ni stands for:

  • Network Indicator, part of the MTP (message transfer part) address of a network element
  • Nickel, as a chemical symbol of the element

Ni is the surname of the following persons:

  • Ni Hua ( b. 1983 ), Chinese chess player
  • Viktorija Ni ( * 1991), Latvian chess player
  • Ni Xialian ( born 1963 ), Chinese and later Luxembourg table tennis player
  • Ni Yulan ( born 1960 ), Chinese lawyer and civil rights activist
  • Ni Zan (1301/1306-1374), Chinese monk painter
  • Ni Zhengyu (1906-2003), Chinese lawyer

Ní is the first name of the following persons:

  • Ní Gudix (actually Gudrun Rupp; * 1975), German freelance literary translator, writer and literary critic, which occurs mostly under the pseudonym Ní Gudix

Ni stands for:

  • The top -level domain of Nicaragua, see. ni
  • Disambiguation
  • Abbreviation