AHV is a three-letter abbreviation with multiple meanings, as described below:
Ahvaz or Ahwaz (Persian: اهواز Ahvāz) is a city in the southwest of Iran, and the capital of the oil and natural gas wealthy Khuzestan province.
The Ahvaz bombings were a series of bomb explosions, that took place mostly in Ahvaz, Iran in 2005-2006, and were blamed on Ahvaz separatist organizations of Arabs.
Ahva Notzrit Haifa (Hebrew: אחוה נוצרית חיפה, lit. Christian Brotherhood Haifa), also known as Ahvat Notzrim Haifa (Hebrew: אחוות נוצרים חיפה), was an Israeli football club based in Haifa.
The Ahvaz oil field is an Iranian oil field located in Ahvaz, Khuzestan Province. It was discovered in 1953 and developed by National Iranian South Oil Company.
Ahvaz International Airport (IATA: AWZ, ICAO: OIAW) is an airport serving the city of Ahvaz, Iran. It offers flights to domestic destinations as well as regional international destinations such as Dubai, Istanbul and Kuwait.
Ahvarak (Persian: اهوارك, also Romanized as Ahvārak and Ahūrāk) is a village in Pain Taleqan Rural District, in the Central District of Taleqan County, Alborz Province, Iran.
Ahva Arraba F.C. (Hebrew: אחווה עראבה, Arabic: الأخوة عرابة), is an Israeli football team based in Arraba.
Ahvenisto Race Circuit (Finnish: Ahveniston moottorirata) is a motor racing circuit located in Hämeenlinna, Finland.
Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences (AJUMS) is a medical school in Khuzestan Province of Iran.