WI may refer to:

  • Wisconsin United States postal abbreviation
  • Wiesbaden, a city in southwest Germany
  • Watch Instantly, a video streaming service offered by Netflix
  • Waterfall Ice, the ice formed from a frozen waterfall
  • West Indies postal abbreviation
    • West Indies cricket team, a term used in cricket statistics
  • Women's Institutes, a locally organised group for British women

Wi may refer to:

  • Wi (kana), an obsolete Japanese character
  • Wi (mythology), a Lakota deity
  • Wi, Inc., an American medical device development corporation
  • Wiman, European surname
  • Wi Man of Gojoseon, ruler of Wiman Joseon
  • Wi, common of surname Wei (魏, 韋, 衛, 尉)

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List Of College Sports Team Nicknames - P - Pioneers
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List Of Former Du Mont Television Network Affiliates - Wisconsin
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103 Milwaukee, WI Chicago, IL Duluth, MN ... Next Time You See Me - - Bittersweet - Milwaukee, WI Stevens Point, WI Louisville, KY San Antonio, TX Honolulu, HI Lansing, MI Hartford, CT. 123 Milwaukee, WI Louisville, KY ...
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Play Station Portable Hardware - Technical Specifications - Wireless Networking
... The PSP can connect to a wireless network through Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11b ... hoc network for multiplayer gameplay or to connect to the Internet via an Internet-connected Wi-Fi router ... Instead, the Wi-Fi switch has moved to the top where the port previously was, so gamers do not accidentally turn Wi-Fi off when browsing the web, playing online, etc ...