Nau

Nau or NAU may refer to:

  • Nau (clothing retailer), an outdoor apparel company
  • Northern Arizona University
  • North American Union
  • National American University
  • National Aviation University (Ukraine)
  • Lepidium oleraceum, a plant endemic to New Zealand
  • Nau, Tajikistan, a town in Sughd Province of Tajikistan
  • Nau district, former name of Spitamen District in Sughd Province of Tajikistan
  • Nau, an abbreviation of Nautilus Pompilius
  • Nau, a three- or four-masted sailing ship, see Carrack
  • Nauruan language ISO 639 code
  • Napuka Airport (IATA code NAU) on the island nation of Napuka
  • Nau (Danube), a river of Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria, Germany

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