T (disambiguation)

T is the twentieth letter of the Latin alphabet. (For the same letterform in the Cyrillic and Greek alphabets, see Te and Tau respectively).

T may also refer to:

Codes and unitsEdit





  • Mr. T (b. 1952), American television actor
  • T, the production code for the 1965 Doctor Who serial Galaxy 4
  • The T logo for the American Spanish-language network Telemundo


Video gamesEdit

Finance and businessEdit

  • T-Mobile, mobile network operator based in Germany
  • T-Online, German Internet Service Provider
  • Treasury (as in T-Bill, T-Bond, T-Note)
  • T, a mintmark for Nantes, France
  • T, the U.S. ticker symbol for AT&T on the New York Stock Exchange
  • The AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas, United States


Biology and medicineEdit



Physics and chemistryEdit

  • T, symbol for tritium, a radioactive isotope of hydrogen
  • T-symmetry in particle physics
  • Class T, a cool brown dwarf class of stars
  • ΔT (disambiguation): a variety of meanings related to changes in a quantity denoted by T, such as time or temperature


Technology and computingEdit



Public transportEdit


Other usesEdit

  • "The T", a nickname for the rural part of Pennsylvania due to its shape when eliminating the Pittsburgh and Philadelphia Metropolitan Areas, also known by its slang term Pennsyltucky
  • Т, a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet
  • T-bone steak, the cut of meat
  • T-shirt, a type of clothing
  • T in the Park, an annual music festival, held in Kinross, Scotland and named after its main sponsor, the brewing company Tennents
  • Crossing the T, a classic naval warfare tactic
  • Stealing the 'T', an historic college prank as the "T" is stolen from the Tech Tower at the Georgia Institute of Technology
  • T (Tango), the military time zone code for UTC−07:00

See alsoEdit