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Au, AU or au may refer to:


  • Science 1
  • Computing 2
  • Universities 3
    • Asia 3.1
    • Europe 3.2
    • Oceania 3.3
    • North America 3.4
      • Canada 3.4.1
      • United States 3.4.2
  • Geography 4
  • Organizations 5
  • Entertainment 6
    • Music 6.1
    • Other 6.2
  • Sport 7
  • Surname 8
  • Miscellaneous 9


  • Absorbance unit, a reporting unit in spectroscopy
  • Astronomical unit, an approximation for the average distance between the Earth and the Sun
  • Atomic units, a system of units convenient for atomic physics and other fields
  • Gold, a chemical element with the symbol Au
  • Arbitrary unit, a relative placeholder unit for when the actual value of a measurement is unknown or unimportant






North America


United States





  • AU (band), an experimental pop group headed by Luke Wyland
  • Au, a 2010 release by Scottish rock band Donaldson, Moir and Paterson
  • AU, a Northern Irish music magazine, formerly Alternative Ulster



  • Athletic Union, the union of sports clubs in a British university
  • , a cartwheel in the Brazilian martial art of Capoeira



  • Ab urbe condita (sometimes abbreviated as a.u.), Latin for "from the founding of the City" (Rome)
  • Au (building), a building that has been squatted in Frankfurt, Germany
  • Ford AU Falcon, a family car made in Australia
  • Vought AU, post-WWII US Marines variant of the F4U corsair
  • a'u, the Hawaiian name for the Pacific blue marlin
  • au (mobile phone company), a mobile phone operator in Japan
  • Schloss Au, a château in Wädenswil, Switzerland
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