AAT or Aat may refer to:
Aatank Hi Aatank (Hindi: आतंक ही आतंक;English:Terror everywhere) is a 1995 Indian crime film was written, edited and directed by Dilip Shankar.
Aathmasanthi is a 1952 Indian Malayalam film, directed by Joseph Thaliyath. The film stars TK Madhavan Nair, Miss Kumari in lead roles.
Aaxte is a Basque tapas bar and restaurant in San Francisco, California in the United States.
Aatamin poika is a 1996 Finnish TV film drama lasting 45 minutes. The TV short film was directed and written by Heikki Veijola starring Meri Nenonen.
Aatish Taseer (born 27 November 1980), is a British-born writer-journalist, and the son of Indian journalist Tavleen Singh and late Pakistani politician and businessman Salmaan Taseer.
Aatos Juho Michel Erkko (16 September 1932 – 5 May 2012) was a Finnish newspaper editor, newspaper publisher, and the main owner of the Sanoma Corporation and the newspaper Helsingin Sanomat, of which he was also the editor in chief.
Aattinakkare is a 1989 Indian Malayalam film, directed by SL Puram Anand, starring Sukumaran and Lissy Priyadarsan in the lead roles.
Agathon "Aat" de Roos (April 15, 1919 in Bloemendaal, North Holland – March 17, 1992 in Perth, Australia) was a Dutch field hockey player who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics.
The Aathupalayam Dam is situated in Karvazhi village of K.Paramathi taluk in Karur district. The parched aycut area has not been receiving supplies as the Aathupalayam reservoir had become a storage tank for Orathuppalayam polluted water flowing down the River Noyyal over the past few years.