DK (or variants) may refer to:
DKW (Dampf-Kraft-Wagen, English: steam-driven car) is a German car and motorcycle marque. The company and brand is one of the ancestor companies of the modern day Audi company as one of the four companies that formed Auto-Union.
DK: Jungle Climber, known in Japan and Europe as Donkey Kong: Jungle Climber (ドンキーコング ジャングルクライマー, Donkī Kongu Janguru Kuraimā), is a platforming video game developed by Paon and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS handheld video game console.
The DKW Typ P was the first motor car made by DKW. It was a light-weight design with a unit body made of wood and imitation leather.
DKT International (DKT) is a charitable non-profit organization that promotes family planning and HIV prevention through social marketing.
DKNY is a New York-based fashion house specializing in fashion goods for men and women, founded in 1984 by Donna Karan.
Dickkopf-related protein 1 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the DKK1 gene.
The DK1 rigs are a collection of about two dozen "economic, scientific and technological service stations" established by Vietnam and located in the southern Spratly Islands in the South China Sea.
The DKW F4 Meisterklasse was a small car produced at the company’s Zwickau plant by DKW (part of the Auto Union) between 1934 and 1935. It shared its 692cc engine and front wheel drive configuration with its immediate predecessor, the DKW F2 Meisterklasse, along with its 2,610 mm (103 in) wheelbase, but the body had been restyled again, and was now more stylish, the perpendicular rear end of the F2 now replaced with a sloping rear on the mainstream body types
The DKW 3=6 was a compact front-wheel drive saloon manufactured by Auto Union GmbH. The car was launched at the Frankfurt Motor Show in March 1953 and sold until 1959. It was also named as the DKW Sonderklasse and, following the factory project number, as the DKW F91. From 1958, by which year the car’s successor was already being sold and the earlier version had therefore become, in essence, a ‘run-out’ model, it was badged more simply as the DKW 900.