KZ, K-Z, or kz may refer to: In abbreviations and codes: abbreviation for Khanzada, abbreviation for KidZania, a Mexican chain of family entertainment centers, abbreviation of the German word Konzentrationslager (a literal translation of the English term concentration camp), ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code and Internet top-level domain for the nation Kazakhstan, In culture: In film: K-Z, a 1972 Italian documentary film, In games: Killzone (series), a series of shooter games for Sony's PlayStation consoles, A popular mod for the Counter-Strike (series) called Kreedz Climbing (abbreviated KZ) in which the player navigates a timed obstacle course in first person., In literature and publications: Kuhns Zeitschrift, the former name of Historische Sprachforschung, a journal of historical linguistics, In music: KZ (or Kaz), popular abbreviation of the Norwegian rock band Kaizers Orchestra, KZ, electronic music producer from Helsinki, Finland, KZ, one of the two original members of the Japanese music group Livetune, In transportation: KZ, the IATA code for Nippon Cargo Airlines, Kramme & Zeuthen, Danish aeroplane builders (see Skandinavisk Aero Industri), Toyota KZ engine, one of Toyota's passenger car diesel engines, Other: Ka'ba-ye Zartosht, or Kaabah of Zoroaster

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