CSO or C.S.O. may refer to:
Csound is a computer programming language for sound, also known as a sound compiler or an audio programming language, or more precisely, an audio DSL.
This article is about the county. For the town see Csongrád. For the historical comitatus see Csongrád County (former).
Csongrád (Romanian: Ciongrad; Serbian Cyrillic: Чонград/Čongrad, archaically also Црноград/Crnograd) is a town in Csongrád County in southern Hungary.
Csobánc [ˈtʃobaːnts] is a hill in the Tapolca Basin, Hungary.
Csongrád (Hungarian: Csongrád, Serbian: Čongrad or Чонград) was an administrative county (comitatus) of the Kingdom of Hungary.
Csongor István Nagy Ph.D., LL.M., S.J.D, dr. juris is an associate professor in Hungary, the head of the Department of Private International Law at the University of Szeged, Faculty of Law, in Szeged, in Hungary, the leader of the Federal Markets “Momentum” Research Group at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and an attorney-at-law admitted to the Budapest Bar.
The Csordapásztorok (meaning Shepherds in English) is one of the oldest Hungarian Christmas carols. Its lyrics (with the note "old song") can be found in Benedek Szőlősy's book, the Cantus Catholici, which was first published in 1651. Its music was first recorded in the Deák-Szentes manuscript, which was written between 1741 and 1774 by Mózes Szentes.
Csorvás (Romanian: Ciorvaş) is a town in Békés county, in the Southern Great Plain region of south-east Hungary.
Csopak is a village in Veszprém county, Hungary at Lake Balaton. It is famous for its wine, usually and traditionally made of olaszrizling.