DIN or Din or din can have several meanings:
- A din is a loud noise.
- Dīn, an Arabic term meaning "religion" or "way of life".
- Din (Kabbalah) is one of the ten aspects of the Ein Sof in Kabbalah (more commonly known as "Gevurah").
- DIN is the abbreviated name of the Deutsches Institut für Normung (German Institute for Standardization) and is used in the names of its standards, like:
- DIN 1451, German Standard Committee chosen typeface from 1936.
- DIN 4512, a definition of film speed
- DIN 476, as for example DIN A4, is a scale for paper sizes.
- DIN 31635, an Arabic transliteration scheme.
- DIN 72552 is a standard for automobile electric terminal numbers.
- DIN connector, one of a number of electrical (audio/video/keyboard) connectors following DIN standards.
- DIN fitting, a type of high-pressure air or gas connection used in some modern very high-pressure scuba gear.
- DIN ISO 7736, size standard for car audio head units.
- DIN Panel cutout size, a standard for cutouts for industrial panel mount equipment.
- DIN rail, a common system for mounting circuit breakers and industrial control equipment inside equipment racks.
- DIN ski binding scale, scale to ensure ski bindings release under the same force at all skiing destinations worldwide.
- FF DIN, 1995 digital font
- Din, Guinea
- Drug Identification Number - a unique number given to all drugs sold in Canada.
- Din, a character in The Legend of Zelda series
- Serbian dinar, a local abbreviation
- In the Indian language Hindi it can also mean a "day" or "morning".
- DIN is an abbreviation for Dissolved Inorganic Nitrogen in ecological studies.
- Din, a member of the Harvard Din and Tonics
- Din, an alias used by electronic music producer J.C. Cutz.
- Din, the band on Guitar Hero that did the song Fly on the Wall as a bonus track.
- Din (din is noise) is a free software musical instrument & audio synthesizer
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