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Ani is a ruined Armenian medieval city in today's Turkey.
Ani or ANI may also refer to:
- Ani, Akita, a town located in Kitaakita District, Akita, Japan
- Ani, Iran (disambiguation), several locations in Iran
- Āņi, a village in Ādaži Municipality, Latvia
- Andaman and Nicobar Islands, a group of islands in the Indian Ocean
- Ani (bird), birds in the genus Crotophaga of the cuckoo family
- Ani, a letter of the Georgian alphabet
- Ani, an Etruscan god of the sky, see Etruscan mythology
- Ani, an Egyptian deity, consort of Anit
- Ani (nun), a prefix added to the name of nuns in Tibetan Buddhism
- Aniak Airport's IATA code, an airport in Alaska, U.S.
- ANI (file format), a graphics file format used for animated cursors on the MS Windows operating system
- Agencia Nacional de Inteligencia, the intelligence agency of Chile
- Alianza Nacional de Independientes, a political party in Chile
- Armenian National Institute
- Asian News International, a regional news agency
- Associazione Nazionalista Italiana, a defunct Italian political party
- Australian National Industries
- Autism Network International
- Automatic number identification, a telephony network feature sending the telephone number of the calling party along with the call
- Anakin Skywalker or Ani, a character in the Star Wars universe
- Ani Hyuntikwalaski, the Western Marker of The Lost Island Stonecircle
- Ani Ma'amin (אני מאמין) "I believe", a version of the Jewish principles of faith
- Aniki (disambiguation)
- Papyrus of Ani
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