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Stan may refer to:
- Stan (given name), a list of people with the given name
- Stan (surname), a Romanian surname
- Stan! (born 1964), an American author, cartoonist and games designer Steven Brown
- Stan (singer) (born 1987), a Greek singer born Stratos Antipariotis
- Stan Beeman, in the TV series The Americans
- Stan Carter, in the British soap opera EastEnders
- Stan Marsh, one of the main characters in the animated TV series South Park
- Stan Ogden, in the British soap opera Coronation Street
- Stan Smith (American Dad!), one of the main characters in the animated TV series American Dad!
- Stan (Monkey Island), the recurring salesman character in the Monkey Island adventure games
- Grunkle Stan, one of the main characters in the animated TV series Gravity Falls
- Stan (dinosaur), a Tyrannosaurus rex fossil found at the Hell Creek Formation in the U.S. state of South Dakota
- Stan (horse), a British-American Thoroughbred racehorse
- Hurricane Stan, a 2005 hurricane
- Stan, an abbreviation for the orchid genus Stanhopea
- ST segment, analysis (in electrocardiography)
- Stan (software), a software package for obtaining Bayesian inference using the No-U-Turn sampler
- STAN (System Trace Audit Number), a key to uniquely identify a card transaction based on the ISO 8583 standard
- -stan, a Persian suffix meaning "home of", "place of" or "country"
- Stan, Mirna, a settlement in Slovenia
- Mayors and Independents (Czech: Starostové a nezávislí, abbreviated STAN), a political party in the Czech Republic
- Sekolah Tinggi Akuntansi Negara, a state college in Indonesia
- "Stan" (song), a 2000 song by Eminem, featuring Dido
- Stan (fan), slang for an obsessed fan, named after the 2000 song "Stan" by Eminem
- Standard Chartered', s stock market symbol
- Stan (company), an Australian streaming company
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