IV may refer to:
- The number 4 in Roman numerals
- Ivory Coast, a country
- Intravenous injection, a route of administration of a drug
- Subdominant, in music theory
IV (Godsmack album)
IV is the fourth studio album by the band Godsmack, released on April 25, 2006. This is Godsmack's only studio album produced by Andy Johns.
IV (Winger album)
IV is American rock band Winger's first album of new studio material since 1993's Pull. According to frontman Kip Winger, one morning he "just woke up and heard the new Winger record" in his head, knowing just what he wanted to do with it. It was released in October 2006 on Frontiers Records. The album cover was done by DC comic book artist Ethan Van Sciver known for his artwork on titles such as Green Lantern, Flash, Superman, and Batman. Kip Winger was introduced to Van Sciver by a mutual friend of theirs in Florida.
IV (Veruca Salt album)
IV is the fourth full-length studio album by alternative rock band Veruca Salt. It was released on September 12, 2006 in the United States and on September 25, 2006 in Australia. This is last album to feature Stephen Fitzpatrick on guitars and the only album to feature Kellii Scott on drums and Nicole Fiorentino on bass.
IV (To/Die/For album)
IV is the fourth album by Finnish gothic metal band To/Die/For.
IV (Diamond Rio album)
IV is the fourth studio album released by American country music band Diamond Rio. It produced the Top 5 singles "Walkin' Away", "That's What I Get for Lovin' You" and "Holdin'", as well as the #15 "It's All in Your Head". "She Misses Him on Sunday the Most" was released as a single in Germany only. The album itself was certified gold in the United States.
IV (The Stranglers album)
IV is an album by The Stranglers, released in 1980 on IRS and only available in the US and Canada.
The Stranglers previous album, The Raven, had not been released in the US. IV contained, on side one, a selection of tracks from The Raven. Side Two contained the following tracks, which were previously unreleased on any Stranglers Album: "5 Minutes" & "Rok It To The Moon" (1978 UK single), "Vietnamerica" (which was later released as the B-side to the 1981 "Let Me Introduce You to The Family" UK single), "G.m.B.H" (an extended version of the 1980 UK single "Bear Cage", which was unavailable elsewhere) and "Who Wants the World?" (1980 UK single).
The original release also came with a free single containing "Choosey Susie" (from the 1977 UK single free with Rattus Norvegicus), "Straighten Out" (b-side to the 1977 UK Single " Something Better Change") plus "Ode to Joy / Do The European" (live Jean-Jacques Burnel solo tracks, unavailable elsewhere until the CD release of his first solo album Euroman Cometh), and " White Room", a Cream cover from the Nosferatu album by Hugh Cornwell & Robert Williams.
IV (The Aggrolites album)
IV is the fourth studio album from reggae band The Aggrolites. It is the band's third album for Hellcat Records.
Prior to the album's release, the band posted "The Sufferer" on their Myspace page. "It's Gonna Be OK" was also included on the ANTI- Sampler 2009 which was posted on Amazon.com for free download.
IV (Željko Joksimović album)
IV or Ima nešto u tom što me nećeš (in ) is the fourth studio album by Serbian pop singer- songwriter Željko Joksimović. The album was released on 11 December 2005 in most of countries from the former Yugoslavia. The album had a large success and some of the top singles from the album are: "Michelle", "Crnokosa" and "Ima Nešto U Tom Što Me Nećes".
IV (The Lookouts album)
IV is the second and final extended play by the American punk rock band The Lookouts. It was released in 1990 through Lookout! Records. Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day played lead guitar and did backing vocals on "Story", "Agape" and "Out My Door"
IV (Maylene and the Sons of Disaster album)
IV is the fourth studio album by Maylene and the Sons of Disaster. It was released September 27, 2011. The first single released from the album was 'In Dead We Dream', through the Revolver Magazine website, on August 4, 2011. On August 15, 2011, Alternative Press released a new single by Maylene and the Sons of Disaster entitled 'Open Your Eyes' through their website. Sept. 26, 2011, AOL began streaming the album via their website.
IV (Ton Steine Scherben album)
IV is a double album released by Ton Steine Scherben. Because of the black album cover, it is also referred to as die Schwarze ("the black one"). It is a collection of various influences from folk to punk and marks a departure from the band's earlier work, even though it continues the change that began with the previous album Wenn die Nacht am tiefsten…. Anarchist slogans such as "destroy what destroys you" or "no power for nobody" are no longer prevalent, although some of the songs were political, such as Der Turm stürzt ein ("the tower is collapsing").
IV (The 1975 EP)
IV is the fourth extended play by English rock band The 1975, released on 20 May 2013 through Dirty Hit and Polydor. It is the last of four EPs released before the band's debut album, The 1975.
The Interscope EP had all but "The City" removed and replaced with tracks from previous EPs.
IV (BadBadNotGood album)
IV is the fourth studio album from Canadian jazz instrumental hip hop band BadBadNotGood. It was released on July 8, 2016. It features collaborations with Future Islands frontman Sam Herring, saxophonist Colin Stetson, Haitian-Canadian musician Kaytranada, American hip hop artist Mick Jenkins, and Canadian singer-songwriter Charlotte Day Wilson.
It is also the band's first album to feature longtime touring partner and collaborator Leland Whitty as a formal member of the band.
adj. being one more than three [syn: four, 4]
Usage examples of "iv".
LPNs can give tube feedings, suction patients, do sterile dressings and colostomy care, monitor IVs, and initiate cardiopulmonary resuscitation techniques, although in such an emergency an LPN is expected to call someone else to follow through.
She rose stiffly to her feet and watched, exhausted, as the EMTs inserted IVs and an endotracheal tube, as the stretcher was loaded into the ambulance.
A soldier flagged Luis down and pointed him into a position in the middle of five other tanks, all Mark IVs.
For thirty minutes Luis yanked his Tiger and his Mark IVs back and forth along the base of the long hill.
The bulk of the tanks manned by SS crews were Mark Ills and IVs, with a smattering of captured and repainted Soviet T-34S.
Behind the ducking, paddling pioneers stood a phalanx of four tanks, all Mark IVs.
Leibstandarte operated sixty-seven tanks, forty-one of them Mark IVs, and four Tigers.
Ninety-one of the tanks will be Mark IVs, and fifteen will be Mark VI Tigers.
One by one his Mark IVs peeled out of formation, engaged with one or several Soviet tanks at knife-fighting distance.
Two middle-aged women who looked more like charladies than nurses moved unhurriedly along the rows of cots, checking the catheters and IVs, emptying and filling where necessary, but otherwise paying the children no attention.
The IVs had the weakest cannons and the weakest armor of the machines in the battle group.
There were local anesthesia IVs every hundred square centimeters or so.