Aytzim (meaning "trees" in Hebrew), formerly Green Zionist Alliance, is a New York-based Jewish environmental organization that is a U.S.-registered 501(c)(3) tax-deductible nonprofit charity.
Ayttm (pronounced "item" or "A-Y-T-T-M") is a multi-protocol instant messaging client. It is the heir of the EveryBuddy project.
Aytos (Bulgarian: Айтос), sometimes written Aitos and Ajtos, is a town located in eastern Bulgaria some 30 kilometers from the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and belonging to the administrative boundaries of Burgas Province.
Ayta ash Shab (Arabic: عيتا الشعب; also transliterated Ayta al-Sha'b, Ayta a-Shaab, Ayta ash-Shab or Ayta ash Sha'b') is a small village located in southern Lebanon, about 1 km northeast of the Israeli border.
Aythorpe Roding Windmill is a Grade II* listed Post mill at Aythorpe Roding, Essex, England which has been restored to working order.
Aytaç Durak (born 1938 in Karaisalı, Adana) is a Turkish politician, and has been the mayor of Adana since 1984, excluding one term (1989–1994).
Ayton is a small village located in the historic county of Berwickshire, today part of the Scottish Borders region.
Aytek Genc (Turkish: Aytek Genç) (born 3 February 1966) is a former Turkish Australian football (soccer) player and was the coach of the Sydney Olympic FC in the NSW Premier League.
Aytaç Sulu (born 11 December 1985 in Heidelberg, Germany) is a Turkish football defender currently playing for SV Darmstadt 98 as captain in the Bundesliga.
Ayton and Burnmouth Parish Church is a member church (Scots: kirk) of the Church of Scotland, serving the communities of Ayton and Burnmouth in the Scottish Borders.