Platt

Platt may refer to:

Places
  • Platt, Florida, an unincorporated community in DeSoto County, Florida, United States
  • Platt, Austria
  • Platt, Kent, England
People
  • Platt (surname)
  • Platt Baronets, two baronetcies of the United Kingdom
Other uses
  • A group of German dialects, e.g. the Moselle Franconian dialects
  • Low German, in German known as "Plattdeutsch", "Plattdüütsch", "Platt"
  • Platt Amendment, a 1901 U.S. law pertaining to Cuba-U.S. relations
  • Platt Brothers, manufacturers of textile machinery in Oldham, England
  • Platt Fields Park, a park in Fallowfield, Manchester, England
  • Platt Island, an archaeological site near Miles City, Florida
  • Platt National Park, which became part of Chickasaw National Recreation Area
  • Platt Technical High School
  • Platt-LePage Aircraft Company, an American aircraft company

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