HU

HU stands for:

  • Haigazian University of Beirut
  • Hainan Airlines, China's airlines after the IATA code
  • Hashemite University in Zarqa, Jordan
  • Main study at German transport, particularly motor vehicles
  • Financial support construction, which corresponds approximately to the design or planning the project documentation in the permit planning (also HU construction)
  • Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • Hebron University
  • English: Hounsfield unit = Hounsfield unit, a unit in computed to describe the X-ray absorption in the tissue
  • Humanist Union
  • Humboldt -Universität zu Berlin
  • Hydroxyurea ( hydroxyurea ), a cytostatic
  • Uganda to the ICAO code
  • Hungary in accordance with ISO 3166
  • The post code area Kingston upon Hull ( as the initial letters of a postcode from the UK )

HU as distinguishing signs on license plate:

  • Germany: special city of Hanau in the Main- Kinzig-Kreis
  • UK: Portsmouth
  • Norway: Lillehammer in the province of Oppland
  • Spain: Huesca Province ( discontinued)

Hu is:

  • Hu ( Egyptian mythology), an ancient Egyptian god of creation

The syllable word Hu referred to in the Chinese language, among other things:

  • The circle HU (户县) of the city of Xi'an in China's Shaanxi Province, see Hu ( Xi'an )
  • Hu (胡), a common Chinese surname, see below
  • Hu (胡), with the addition五( wǔ = five ) an ancient Chinese term for non-Chinese peoples of the steppes, see Wu Hu
  • The Hu (壶), an ancient Chinese wine container of a Roman amphora; and a work based on ancient Chinese, Volume
  • As a short form of Hu (沪) for Shanghai, also used as license plate of the city

Hu is the surname of the following persons:

  • Augustine Hu Daguo (1922-2011), Chinese Roman Catholic bishop
  • Ching- Yun Hu (* 1982 ), Taiwanese pianist
  • Hu Chung- Shien ( born 1975 ) Taiwanese badminton players
  • Hu Chunhua ( born 1963 ), Chinese politician
  • Hu Deping ( * 1942 ), Chinese politician
  • Hu Die (1907-1989), Chinese actress
  • Hu Jia (born 1973 ), Chinese civil rights and environmental activist
  • Hu Jia ( diver ) ( b. 1983 ), Chinese diver
  • Hu Jianbing, Chinese Chengspieler and composer
  • Hu Jintao ( b. 1942 ), President of the People's Republic of China
  • Hu Jiwei, Chinese politician
  • Hu Na ( born 1963 ), Chinese tennis player
  • Hu Nim (1932-1977), Cambodian politicians
  • Hu Ning (born 1972 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Hu Pei- Wen ( born 1950 ) Taiwanese archer
  • Hu Qili ( born 1929 ), Chinese politician
  • Hu Sansheng (1230-1287), Chinese historian
  • Hu Shi (1891-1962), Chinese philosopher, philologist and politician
  • Hu Tianyu (* 1992), Chinese Hockey Players
  • Hu Ting ( born 1981 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Hu Wanlin (* 1949), Chinese medical practitioner who is said to have killed 146 people
  • Hu Wenguang (* 1914), Chinese / r botanist ( in )
  • Hu Xiansu (1894-1968), Chinese Botanist
  • Hu Xin ( b. 1980 ), Australian actress
  • Hu Xiuying (born 1978 ), Chinese marathon runner
  • Hu Yadan (* 1996), Chinese water jumper
  • Hu Yaobang (1915-1989), Chinese politician
  • Hu Yun ( born 1981 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Kelly Hu ( born 1968 ), American actress
  • King Hu (1931-1997), Chinese film director and screenwriter
  • Melek Hu (* 1989), Turkish table tennis player

HU is:

The abbreviation H. u is often used in dictionaries / encyclopedias - used and stands for - as the dictionary:

  • ( etymological ) Origin unknown rsp. uncertain (. od questionable; detailed abbreviation variants: Herk unb [ ek ] bezw Herk clothes [ ew ]. . )

The abbreviation hu may refer to:

  • Hungarian language, according to ISO 639-1
  • Country code top -level domain ( ccTLD) of Hungary, see. hu

See also:

  • Hou (disambiguation)
  • Disambiguation
  • Abbreviation
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