KG, Kg, kG or kg may refer to:

  • Kammergericht, the Oberlandesgericht (Provincial Appeal Court) in Berlin, Germany
  • Kommanditgesellschaft, a German version of a limited partnership
  • King George County, Virginia
  • Kongo language (ISO 639 alpha-2)
  • Kragujevac, in Serbia
  • Kwansei Gakuin University, in Japan
  • Kyrgyzstan (ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code)
  • Kampfgeschwader, a unit of command in the former German Luftwaffe
  • Kampfgruppe, "KG", a flexible combat formation used by Axis forces during World War II
  • Kriegsgefangener, German term for prisoner of war. During WWII, the clothes of POWs in Germany were painted with the initials KG.
  • Knight of the Garter, "KG", a member of an English order of chivalry
  • König, the German language word for King
  • King, Kg. when following the name of a Christian saint
  • Ken "KG" Cunningham, Australian radio presenter and cricketer
  • Kyle "KG" Gass, American musician and one-half of Tenacious D
  • Kevin Garnett, American basketball player currently with the NBA's Boston Celtics
  • Kindergarten, the grade preceded by pre-school and followed by first grade
  • KG (wrestler), Japanese professional wrestler
  • kilogauss, "kG", unit of magnetic field
  • kilogram, "kg", the SI base unit of mass
  • Klein-Gordon equation, particles in quantum mechanics
  • Kasparov's Gambit, an Electronic Arts chess videogame.
  • Volkswagen Karmann Ghia, designed by the Italian firm Ghia, and built by German coach builder Karmann
  • Ship's center of gravity above keel
  • LAI - Línea Aérea IAACA, via its IATA airline designator

Other articles related to "kg":

Oldsmobile Silhouette - First Generation (1990–1996)
... mm) Height 1990–91 65.2 in (1,656 mm) 1992–96 65.7 in (1,669 mm) Curb weight 3,599 lb (1,632 kg)—3,899 lb (1,769 kg) Related Pontiac Trans Sport Chevrolet ... with seating for seven, with the five lightweight (34 lb (15 kg)) rear seats being individually reconfigurable and removable ...
Van's Aircraft RV-4 - Specifications (Typical RV-4)
... area 110 ft² (10.2 m²) Empty weight 905-913 lb (410-414 kg) Loaded weight 1,500 lb (680 kg) Max ... takeoff weight 1,500 lb (680 kg) Powerplant 1 × Lycoming O-320, O-360 or IO-360, 150-180hp (110-135 kW) Performance Never exceed speed 210 mph (340 km/h) Maximum speed 200 mph at sea level (320 km/h) Range 725 ...
Focke-Wulf Fw 44 - Specifications (Fw 44)
... Height 2.80 m (9 ft 2 in) Wing area 20 m² (215.2 ft²) Empty weight 565 kg (1,243 lb) Loaded weight 770 kg (1,694 lb) Max ... takeoff weight 785 kg (1,727 lb) Powerplant 1 × Siemens Sh 14 A-4 7-cylinder radial engine, 118 kW at 2,100 rpm (160 hp) Performance Maximum speed 185 km/h (115 mi ...
Yoto Yotov
... He represented Croatia in the Men's 85 kg class ... He placed 17th with a snatch of 150 kg and jerk of 190 kg for a total of 340 kg ...
Danegeld - England - Anglo-Saxon Era
... payment, of 10,000 Roman pounds (3,300 kg) of silver, was first made in 991 following the Viking victory at the Battle of Maldon in Essex, when King Aethelred "The Unready" was advised by ... in 1007 when Aethelred bought two years peace with the Danes for 36,000 troy pounds (13,400 kg) of silver ... and the sack of Canterbury, the Danes were bought off with another 48,000 troy pounds (17,900 kg) of silver ...