IP is an abbreviation for:

  • Ukrsalisnyzja, the Ukrainian railway company
  • Ultracentrifugation
  • University of Zaragoza ( Universidad de Zaragoza), a university in Spain
  • University of Zululand, a university in South Africa
  • Direct force, a legal term
  • Our Time ( magazine), Communist magazine
  • Our time (newspaper), newspaper of the DKP ( German Communist Party )
  • Our newspaper, communist Austrian children's newspaper in 1945, in the well-known children 's book authors such as Mira Lobe published
  • Business combination, close cooperation or association of different companies
  • Signatories in memoranda of administrative and judicial
  • Certificate of Origin
  • Uzbekistan ( country code according to ISO 3166 )
  • Of our era, a designation for the period after the birth of Christ, see BCE

IP as a distinguishing mark on license plate:

  • Northern Ireland: Belfast
  • Norway: og Romsdal Kristiansund in Møre

Uz stands for:

  • Uz (country ), country in which the biblical figure of Job lived
  • IP ( son of Aram ), in the Old Testament and the Koran son of Aram (person)
  • IP ( son of Nahor ), in the Old Testament and the Koran son of Nahor
  • Uz ( logs), Aramaic root
  • A synonym for Neck, ridicule
  • The name of the Oghuz in Greek sources ( Ouzoi )
  • Uz ( Hautes- Pyrénées), commune in the Hautes -Pyrénées, France
  • Uz (Romania ), River in Romania

Uz is the surname of the following persons:

  • Johann Peter Uz (1720-1796), German poet
  • Laura de la Uz (* 1970), Cuban cinema, theater and television actress

Uz stands for:

  • The Uzbek language according to ISO 639-1
  • The top -level domain of Uzbekistan, see. uz
  • Disambiguation
  • Abbreviation