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A.K.A., AKA, a.k.a., aka, or a/k/a may refer to:
- "Also known as", used to introduce pseudonyms, aliases, nicknames, working names, legalized names, pen names, maiden names, etc. (Compare f.k.a. for "formerly known as".)
- Aka I of Commagene, Princess from the Kingdom of Commagene and daughter of Antiochis of Commagene
- Aka II of Commagene, Princess from the Kingdom of Commagene, one of the daughters of Mithridates III and Iotapa
- Aka people, a group of African pygmies living in the Central African Republic and Congo
- Aka (tribe), a tribe found in West and East Kameng, Arunachal Pradesh, India
- Aka, Fukuoka, a village in Japan
- Aka or Aka Island in Japan
- Aka Hills, the east of the Kameng River in Arunachal Pradesh, India
- Aka, Hungary, a village in Hungary
- Aka, Iran, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran
Media and Entertainment
- AKA (film), a 2002 film
- AKA (rapper), South African rapper
- "A.K.A." (Jericho episode), a 2007 episode of the TV series Jericho
- The A.K.A.s, an American rock band
- Channel AKA, an UK television channel
- a.k.a. Cartoon, a Canadian animation company
- Aka Pella (Histeria!), a character from the cartoon Histeria!
- American Kickboxing Academy, a school teaching mixed martial arts
- Australian Karting Association, an organisation appointed to administer kart racing in Australia
- Aka (Burmese), pre-arranged sets of movement in the Burmese martial arts
- Aka (sailing)
- American Kitefliers Association, an international group of kite enthusiasts
Organizations and Education
- Manpower Directorate, the Human Resources department of the Israeli Defence Forces: Agaf Koakh Adam, abbreviated as AKA
- Atka Airport (FAA LID: AKA) of Atka, Alaska
- Aga Khan Academies, a network of residential schools in Africa, South and Central Asia, and the Middle East
- Alpha Kappa Alpha, the first sorority in the United States founded by and for African-American women
- Above-knee amputation
- Amphibious cargo ship, from its United States Navy hull classification symbol prior to 1969
- AKA (security), Authentication and Key Agreement
- Alcoholic ketoacidosis
- Brice Aka, an Ivorean footballer
- A number of languages containing Aka- in their name: Aka language (disambiguation)
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