- Common Lisp - Common Lisp is a standardized Lisp dialect standardized by ANSI as ANSI INCITS 226-1994 (R2004) in 1994
- Dylan - Dylan is a standardized Lisp dialect with an infix syntax, with a scope and size similar to Common Lisp
- ISLisp - ISLisp is a standardized Lisp dialect defined by ISO/IEC 13816:2007(E) that attempts to standardize on features common to Common Lisp, EuLisp, Le Lisp, and Scheme
- Scheme - Scheme is a popular standardized Lisp dialect initially developed by Guy L Steele and Gerald Jay Sussman in 1975
Standardized Lisp dialect
Topic marker for Lisp dialects that have a standards specification and one or more implementations. Contrast to Lisp dialect, which is a topic marker for Lisps that are defined by a canonical implementation.