SU

SU is an abbreviation for:

  • Aeroflot, Russia's largest airline after the IATA code
  • Egypt as an international aircraft registration mark
  • Hourglass ( rock formation )
  • Student Union ( Germany ), German, the CDU related student organization
  • Student Union ( Austria ), Austria, ÖVP close student organization
  • Jacket
  • Seattle University
  • Senior Citizens Association, Association of CDU
  • Service Unit, module with subscriber interfaces of the system HYTAS
  • Šiauliai universitetas ( Lithuanian ), Šiauliai University
  • Skinner Union, English carburetor manufacturers, see George Herbert Skinner
  • Sunset
  • Soviet Union
  • Special Unitary group SU ( N), a mathematical structure
  • Staff Sergeant in Germany a sub- officer rank without Portepee in the Bundeswehr
  • Stanford University
  • Statens Uddannelsesstøtte, government funding for students in Denmark
  • Stockholms universitet ( Swedish), Stockholm University
  • Aircraft of the Russian company Sukhoi
  • Suite ( Suite ), eg in travel catalogs
  • SustainableUnion, Sustainability Party
  • Uruguay after the ICAO code

SU as distinguishing signs on license plate:

  • Germany: Rhein-Sieg -Kreis ( Siegburg )
  • UK: Aberdeen
  • Macedonia: Struga
  • Norway: Bergen in the province of Hordaland
  • Poland: Members of the Diplomatic Corps
  • Serbia: Subotica
  • Czech Republic: Okres Šumperk, German: Moravian Schönberg ( discontinued)

SU as distinguishing signs on license plate:

  • Belgium: small cars

Su is the surname of the following persons:

  • Cong Su ( born 1957 ), Chinese film composer, musician and university teachers
  • Nat Su ( b. 1963 ), Swiss jazz saxophonist
  • Ruhi Su (1912-1985), Turkish folk singer and saz player
  • Su Buqing (1902-2003), Chinese mathematician
  • Dominic Su Haw Chiu ( born 1939 ), Malaysian priest and Bishop of Sibu
  • Su Shi (1037-1101), poet, painter, calligrapher and politician of the Chinese Song Dynasty
  • Su Shulin (born 1962 ), Chinese managers
  • Su Tseng -chang (* 1947), national Chinese politician and Prime Minister of the Republic of China
  • Su Wei - Yu (born 1976 ) Taiwanese tennis player
  • Martin Su Yao -wen (* 1959), Taiwanese priest, Bishop of Taichung

. su, su stands for:

  • . below, top level domain of the Soviet Union
  • Sundanese language spoken on Java, according to ISO 639-1
  • Switch user, Unix command; see su ( Unix) (also: substitute user identity)

See also:

  • Su
  • Disambiguation
  • Abbreviation