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Mio or MIO may refer to:
- mio, a written abbreviation for "millions" as a unit indicator in some financial markets, such as the German, Swiss and Dutch markets
- Mio, an abbreviation for mebioctet (see Octet), a unit of information or computer storage
Mio or MIO may also refer to: A person of Spanish descent with the given name of Emilio.
- mio, MIO, and Mio are not to be confused with MiO, the first of its kind liquid water enhancer.
- Michael "Mio" Nielsen (born 1965), former Danish footballer
- Mio Shirai (born 1988), Japanese professional wrestler
- Mio Tomonaga, Japanese idol, a member of HKT48
- MIQ (born 1955), female Japanese pop and anime theme song vocal artist, who first used MIO as her name
- Vangjush Mio (1891–1957), Albanian painter
- Mio Yoshizumi, former member of the Japanese girl group Kamen Rider Girls
- Mio, Michigan, a town in the US
Arts, entertainment, and media
- Mio, a minor recurring character from Grandia 1
- Mio Akiyama, a major character in K-On!
- Mio Amakura, a character in the video game series Fatal Frame
- Mio Sakamoto, a major character in Strike Witches
- Mio Suzuki, a character in Kamen Rider Kiva also known as the Pearlshell Fangire/Queen
- Mio, a character in Ressha Sentai ToQger also known as ToQ 3gou
- Mio Naganohara, a character in Nichijou
- Mio, My Son, a 1954 children's book by Astrid Lindgren
Brands and businesses
- MiO, a Kraft foods flavor product, marketed as a "liquid water enhancer"
- Mio Card, a company that sells debit cards for recurring payments
- Mio Technology, a Taiwanese mobile electronics manufacturer (includes Mio GPS)
- mio TV, a pay-TV service by SingTel
- Yamaha Mio, a motorcycle made by Yamaha Motor
- MIO Biwako Kusatsu, a Japanese football club in Kusatsu, Shiga
- Maritime Interdiction Operations
- Masivo Integrado de Occidente, a bus-based mass-transportation system being constructed in Cali, Colombia
- MIO, micaceous iron oxide, a type of hematite used in anti-corrosion paints, e.g., the top layer of paint of Eiffel Tower
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