ST

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ST may refer to:

General[edit]

  • Saint (St or St.), especially in Christianity
  • Street (St or St.), a public thoroughfare
  • Strait (St or St.), a body of water
  • -st, a suffix for an ordinal number, such as 1st or 21st
  • Septic tank, on real estate documents
  • Spread Tow, a technology for spreading a tow to make ultra light fabric for the composites industry
  • Steam tug, a ship class prefix
  • Sine tempore (s.t.), indicates that an academic lecture will begin at the exact time; see Academic quarter (class timing)
  • Common stock (US) or ordinary shares (British) (symbol St or StA) on the German Stock Exchange

Codes and identifiers[edit]

Computing[edit]

Language and typography[edit]

  • , or st, a typographic ligature
  • Stet, a printer's proofing mark on manuscripts
  • Standard Theory, in generative grammar

Mathematics, medicine and science[edit]

Units of measurement[edit]

  • Short ton, a unit of mass equal to 2000 lb, or one ton in the United States
  • Stere, a unit of volume equivalent to one cubic meter, used to measure cordwood
  • Stokes (unit) (St), a CGS unit of kinematic viscosity
  • Stone (weight) (st.), a unit of mass used in the British Isles and other countries

Media, music, and entertainment[edit]

Organizations[edit]

Transport[edit]