LU

LU is an abbreviation for:

  • The canton of Lucerne in Switzerland
  • The country code for Luxembourg in accordance with ISO 3166
  • The London Underground (London Underground)
  • Inventory turnover
  • " LU decomposition ", see LU decomposition
  • Latvijas Universitāte, the University of Latvia
  • Lefèvre -Utile, a French food company of the Group Mondelez International
  • Lunds universitet, The University of the South Swedish city of Lund
  • Liber Usualis, a hymn book for the liturgy of the Catholic Church
  • The French food company Lefèvre -Utile
  • The Logical Unit, a term used in IBM's Systems Network Architecture, which represents an end user in a network
  • Moldova after the ICAO code
  • The post code area Luton ( as the initial letters of a postcode from the UK )

LU as distinguishing signs on license plate:

  • Albania: Circle Lushnja ( discontinued)
  • Germany: county-level city of Ludwigshafen am Rhein
  • UK: Sidcup (for vehicles from London)
  • Italy: Province of Lucca
  • Norway: Larvik in Vestfold
  • Poland: county-level city of Lublin
  • Switzerland: Canton of Lucerne
  • Serbia: Lučani
  • Spain: Lugo ( discontinued)

Lu may refer to:

  • An Italian commune in the province of Alessandria, Piedmont, see Lu ( Piedmont)
  • A historical Chinese state, see Lu ( State )
  • The Children's Catch the place where one is safe, that is, must not be caught
  • The symbol for the element lutetium
  • The circle Lu (泸 县; pinyin: County Louth Xiàn ) of Luzhou prefecture-level city in the Chinese province of Sichuan, see Lu ( Luzhou )

Lu is the surname ' may refer to:

  • Annette Lu ( Lu Hsiu-lien, * 1944 ), Taiwanese politician
  • Chen Lu (born 1976 ), Chinese figure skater
  • Edward Tsang Lu ( b. 1963 ), American astronaut
  • Feng Lu ( born 1979 ), Chinese sculptor
  • Francis Lu Shouwang (1966-2011), Chinese priest, Roman Catholic Bishop of Ichang
  • Jessica Lu ( born 1985 ), American actress
  • Lea Lu ( born 1984 ), Swiss singer and songwriter
  • Marie Lu ( born 1984 ), American science fiction author
  • Peter Lu (born 1978 ), American physicist
  • Lu Chia- Bin ( * ~ 1990), Taiwanese badminton players
  • Lu Ching- Yao (* 1993), Taiwanese badminton players
  • Lu Chuan (born 1971 ), Chinese screenwriter and film director
  • Lu Gengsong ( born 1956 ), Chinese rights activist and dissident writer
  • Lu Hao (politicians, 1947) ( born 1947 ), Chinese politician ( CCP)
  • Lu Hao (politicians, 1967) ( born 1967), Chinese politician ( CCP)
  • Lu Hao (artist) (born 1969 ), Chinese artists
  • Lu Haotian (* 1997), Chinese snooker player
  • Lu Jingqing (1907-1993) Chinese poet, essayist and foreign correspondent
  • Lu Kai (* 1991), Chinese badminton player
  • Lu Kang ( 226-274 ), General of the Wu Dynasty
  • Lu Lin (born 1969 ), Chinese table tennis players
  • Lu Lu ( * 1990), Chinese badminton player
  • Lu Qin (born 1962 ), Chinese Xiangqi World Champion
  • Lu Shanglei (* 1995), Chinese chess player
  • Lu Shui - Tian (1894-1978), Chinese martial artist
  • Lu Su ( 172-217 ), Advisor to the Wu kingdom
  • Lu Wenfu (1928-2005), Chinese writer
  • Lu Wen- hsiung ( born 1968 or 1969, † 2010), Taiwanese golfer
  • Lu Xiaojun ( born 1984 ), Chinese weightlifter
  • Lu Xiujing ( 406-477 ), and Daoist scholar from the time of the Liu Song Dynasty
  • Lu Xun (1881-1936), Chinese writer
  • Lu Xun ( Three Kingdoms ) ( 183-245 ), General of the Wu Dynasty
  • Lu Yanshao (1909-1993), Chinese painter
  • Lu Yen - hsun (* 1983), Taiwanese tennis player
  • Lu Yi ( born 1985 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Lu Ying (c. 1978), Chinese badminton player
  • Lu Ying- Chi ( born 1985 ) Taiwanese weightlifter
  • Lu Yonghua ( born 1946 ), Chinese diplomat
  • Lu Yongxiang (* 1942), Chinese scientists, president of the Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • Lu Zhaolin († 689 ), Chinese poet
  • Lu Zhonglian ( 305-245 BC ), Chinese philosopher from the time of the Warring States

Lu:

  • The abbreviation for the African language Luba - Katanga ( ISO 639-1 )
  • The top -level domain of Luxembourg, see. lu

See also:

  • Disambiguation
  • Abbreviation
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