UG is an abbreviation for:

  • Georgia, according to the ICAO code
  • Gera Hauptbahnhof, after operation Jobs Directory
  • Tunisair Express, a Tunisian airline and a subsidiary of Tunisair after the IATA code
  • Uganda, as a car registration number and country code according to ISO 3166
  • Apportionment Act
  • Conversion Law
  • Had independent trade union, an Austrian Workers' Association in the late 1920s and early 1930s, which was in cooperation with the Styrian homeland security and a close relationship with the Austro- Alpine Montangesellschaft
  • Independent trade unionists in the Austrian Trade Union Federation, a nonpartisan group in the Austrian trade union
  • Unigraphics, a 3D CAD program of Unigraphics Solutions, predecessor of NX (Siemens) Siemens PLM Software
  • Universal grammar, a basic in some theories of linguistics assumption that postulates that all (human) languages ​​follow common grammatical principles and that these principles are innate to all people.
  • University Polytechnic, see Comprehensive University
  • University Act
  • Basement, see Basement
  • Entrepreneurial company ( limited liability), the "small" GmbH
  • Detention
  • Lower secondary school, see Progymnasium
  • User Group
  • Submarine class UG of the Imperial Navy

UG as a distinguishing mark on license plate:

  • Norway: Ålesund in Møre og Romsdal

UG is for the following universities:

  • University of Ghent (Belgium )
  • University of Graz ( Austria )
  • University of Greifswald ( Germany ), see Ernst- Moritz- Arndt University of Greifswald
  • University of Georgia (USA)
  • University of Ghana (Ghana)
  • University of Guelph (Canada)
  • University of Guyana ( Guyana)
  • Uniwersytet Gdański (Poland ), see University of Gdansk

Ug is short for:

  • Characteristic value for window glass ( calculation method according to EN 673 ), see Heat transfer coefficient # names

Ug is an abbreviation for:

  • Uighur language (Serbian Cyrillic: Уйғурчә, Уйғур тили, Arabic: ئۇيغۇرچە, ئۇيغۇر تىلى, Latin: Uyƣurqə or Uyƣur tili; Chinese:维吾尔 语Wéiwú'ěryǔ ), a Turkic language, mainly of the Autonomous Region of Xinjiang (formerly transcription: Sinkiang ) of the People 's Republic of China -based Uyghur is spoken, language code from ISO 639-1

. ' ug is an abbreviation for:

  • . micrograms, the top level domain of Uganda
  • Disambiguation
  • Abbreviation