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DN, dN, or dn may refer to:
Computing and technology
- Diametre Nominal, the European equivalent of Nominal Pipe Size.
- DN the diameter of a rolling element bearing in mm multiplied by its speed in rpm
- Digital number, the discrete representation of an analog value sampled by an Analog-to-digital converter
- Directory number in a phone system
- Domain name
- Domain Nameserver
- Distinguished Name, an identifier type in the LDAP protocol
- Dos Navigator
- Dueling Network
- Double nil, a bid in the game of Spades
- Descriptive chess notation
- Dragon Nest, the online game
- Death Note, a manga/anime/film series
- Dr. No (novel), a James Bond novel made into a film
- Duke Nukem, a video game series
- Dn, abbreviation of "Deacon", one of the three major clerical orders in the Christian churches
- DN, Danmarks Naturfredningsforening
- Dish Network, a satellite television company
- Dixie-Narco, a manufacturer of cold drink vending machines.
- Sénégal Airlines, an airline based in Sénégal (IATA code)
- The Ball State Daily News, the student newspaper of Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.
- Dagens Næringsliv, a Norwegian newspaper
- Dagens Nyheter, a Swedish newspaper
- Democracy Now!, the flagship program for the Pacifica Radio network
- Diário de Notícias, a Portuguese newspaper
- Denmark, a country in northern Europe (WMO country code DN)
- DN postcode area for Doncaster and surrounding areas
- Common abbreviation for the city of Dunedin, New Zealand
Science and Mathematics
- dN, symbol of the decinewton, an SI unit of force
- dn, one of Jacobi's elliptic functions
- Dn, a Coxeter–Dynkin diagram
- Dn, a Dihedral group
- Double negative T cells, also called CD4−CD8−
- Down (disambiguation)
- Digha Nikaya, a part of the Buddhist Tripitaka
- International DN, a kind of iceboat
- The Dreadnought class of warships.
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