DIT

DIT is a three-letter acronym that can mean:

  • Defining Issues Test - A quantitative test of moral reasoning by James Rest
  • Dehradun Institute of Technology, Dehradun - a premier engineering college of India
  • Delhi Institute of Technology
  • Detroit Institute of Technology
  • Dublin Institute of Technology
  • Diversified Information Technologies of Scranton, PA
  • Digital Imaging Technician
  • DigiPen Institute of Technology
  • Directory Information Tree (in implementations of LDAP and X.500)
  • Dual inheritance theory
  • Development Integration Test - Software testing done at the conclusion of system development, which can include both manual and automated testing.
  • Dietary induced thermogenesis - The component of total metabolism that is based on the energy required to digest, process, and store food. Another term for the thermic effect of food.
  • Diiodotyrosine
  • Drug induced thrombocytopenia

dit can mean:

  • Institute of Dit - A form of Dance that Adam Malone does, called "the dit"
  • a synonym for Ban (information), a logarithmic unit which measures information or entropy based on base 10 logarithms and powers of 10, referring to it as a "decimal digit".
  • a particle in French names indicating a surname that the person used as a family name
  • the shorter of the two symbols used in Morse code
  • a French narrative poetic form of the Middle Ages most famously associated with Guillaume de Machaut (the word literally means "spoken", i.e. a poem meant to be spoken and not sung). See Medieval French literature.
  • 'Doctor-in-Training'
  • 'Details in Thread'
  • a remote control.

Other articles related to "dit":

Charles Rocbrune, Dit Larocque
... Charles Rocbrune, dit Laroque (August 1784 – September 1849) was a farmer, merchant and political figure in Lower Canada ... Around 1838, Rocbrune, dit Laroque established himself at the future site of the village of Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague, where he was also involved in the timber trade ... Rocbrune, dit Laroque was first elected to the legislative assembly in an 1833 by-election held after the death of Alexis Demers ...
Crédit Lyonnais
... Crédit Lyonnais is a historic French bank ... Crédit Lyonnais was the subject of poor management during that period which almost led to its bankruptcy in 1993 ... It was acquired by former rival Crédit Agricole in 2003 ...
Louis Raynaud, Dit Blanchard
... Louis Raynaud, dit Blanchard (March 1789 – August 9, 1868) was a farmer and political figure in Lower Canada ... His name also appears as Louis Renault Blanchard and Louis Reynaud, dit Blanchard ... Raynaud, dit Blanchard was married twice to Angélique Poulin in 1809 and to Marie Evé in 1857 ...
Louis-Israël Côté Dit Fréchette
... Louis-Israël Côté dit Fréchette (1848 – August 1923) was a merchant and political figure in Quebec ... Côté dit Fréchette married Léda Bernier ... Côté dit Fréchette ran unsuccessfully for reelection to the House of Commons in 1896, 1900, 1904 and 1908 ...