Yad may refer to:
Yad (יד) means hand in Hebrew.
It can refer to a
- Yad, a pointer used for Torah reading in Jewish synagogues
- Yad Hachazakah, an alternate name for the Mishneh Torah, the code of Maimonides
Yad can also refer to a monument or memorial. In this usage, it forms a part of several place names:
- Yad Vashem, the Holocaust memorial museum in Jerusalem
- Yad Mordechai, a kibbutz near Ashkelon
- Yad Avshalom, an ancient tomb in Jerusalem
- Yad Kennedy, a memorial for John F. Kennedy in Jerusalem
- Yad La-Shiryon, a memorial for the Israeli armed forces near Latrun
- Yad Natan, a moshav near Kiryat Gat
- Yad Sarah, an Israeli volunteer organization
- Yad, Iran, a village in Isfahan Province
- yad is a program that will display GTK+ dialogs, and return (either in the return code, or on standard output) the user's input. yad is a fork of zenity program.
- Moose Lake Airport, Canada (by IATA code)
- Yagua language (by ISO 639 code)
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