WU

Wu stands for:

  • Wu ( state ) at the time of the Spring and Autumn Annals
  • Wu family, the lineage is straight attributed to Wu Tai Bo
  • Wu Dynasty ( 222-280 ), a Chinese dynasty at the time of the Three Kingdoms, which arose from the same Principality
  • Wu ( Ten Kingdoms ) ( 904-937 ), one of the Ten Kingdoms in China
  • Wu ( Suzhou) former county (吴县, Wú Xiàn ) in the Chinese province of Jiangsu in the area of ​​today's Wuzhong city districts ( Suzhou) and Xiangcheng ( Suzhou)
  • Wu (language), Chinese language
  • Wú, expression in Chinese and Japanese Philosophy
  • Wu Jiang, right tributary of the Yangtze River in Guizhou and Chongqing
  • Wu- experiment for the detection of parity violation
  • Magic priest of the Shang Dynasty, see Wuismus
  • One of the early Japanese Five kings of Wa

Wu is the surname of the following persons:

  • Wu (Sun Jian ) ( † 202), Chinese general 's wife
  • Wu (China) ( † 245 ), Chinese Empress
  • Wu ( Northern Zhou ) ( † 578 ), Chinese emperor of the Northern Zhou Dynasty
  • Wu Bangguo ( born 1941 ), Chinese politician
  • Wu Bin (~ 1560 - ~ 1620 ), Chinese landscape painter
  • Wu Chang Rung ( b. 1957 ), Taiwanese tennis player
  • Wu Chao ( freestyle skier ) (* 1987 ), Chinese freestyle skis
  • Wu Chao ( weightlifter ) (* 1992), Chinese weightlifter
  • Wu Cheng'en (~ 1500 - ~ 1582 ), Chinese novelist and poet
  • Wu Chia -Ching (* 1989), Taiwanese pool player
  • Wu Chibing (born 1964 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Wu Ching- Kuo (* 1946), Taiwanese sports official, engineer and entrepreneur
  • Wu Chun- Wei ( * 1984), Taiwanese badminton players
  • Wu Dajing (* 1994), Chinese Shorttracker
  • Wu Di (* 1991 ), Chinese Tennis Player
  • Wu Ding († 1266 BC), Chinese King
  • Wu Dixi (born 1962 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Wu Guanzheng ( born 1938 ), Chinese politician
  • Wu Han (1909-1969), Chinese historian and writer
  • Wu Hanxiong (*? ), Chinese fencers
  • Wu Hao, Chinese documentary filmmaker and blogger
  • Wu Hongbo ( born 1952 ), Chinese diplomat
  • Wu Hui -ju (* 1982 ), Taiwanese sports Archer
  • Wu Huimin (born 1978 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Wu Jiaduo (* 1977), German table tennis player of Chinese descent
  • Wu Jianquan (1870-1942), Chinese martial artist
  • Wu Jianqiu (born 1962 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Wu Jieping (1917-2011), Chinese medical professionals and politicians
  • Wu Jing ( † 203), Chinese official
  • Wu Jingbiao (* 1989), Chinese weightlifter
  • Wu Jingyu (* 1987), Chinese Taekwondoin
  • Wu Jingzi (1701-1754), Chinese writer
  • Wu Junsheng ( born 1940 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Ken Wu ( born 1961 ), Chinese diplomat
  • Wu Lihong ( born 1968 ), Chinese environmental activist
  • Wu Man ( born 1963 ), Chinese pipa player
  • Wu Min, Wu Quan father of
  • Wu Minxia ( born 1985 ), Chinese water jumper
  • Wu Pei Fu (early years of the republic ), Japanese General
  • Wu Penggen (* 1982 ), Chinese beach volleyball player
  • Wu Qianlian (* 1968), Taiwanese actress and singer
  • Wu Qidi (* 1947), Chinese scholar
  • Wu Qijun (1789-1846), Chinese official and scholar of the Qing period
  • Wu Quan, Ngo Quyen original name of ( 897-944 ), direct descendant of Wu Tai Bo
  • Wu Rukang (* 1916), Chinese paleoanthropologist
  • Wu Sangui (1612-1678), Chinese commanders
  • Wu Shengjun (* 1987), Chinese cyclist
  • Wu Shude ( born 1959 ), Chinese weightlifter
  • Wu Sugong (Su - Kung Wu, * 1935), Chinese Botanist
  • Wu Tai Bo later name of Ji Tai Bo, founder of the State of Wu
  • Wu Ti - Jung ( * 1993), Taiwanese badminton player
  • Wu Tianming (1939-2014), Chinese director and producer
  • Wu Tong (born 1971 ), Chinese Cheng and Dawuspieler and singer
  • Wu Wen- Chien ( born 1977 ) Taiwanese long-haul and hurdler
  • Wu Wenjun ( born 1919 ), Chinese mathematician
  • Wu Wenkai (born 1970 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Wu Xianghu (1964-2006), Chinese journalist
  • Wu Xiangming ( born 1938 ), Chinese engineer
  • Wu Xinxiong ( * 1949 ), Chinese politician
  • Wu xinzhi ( born 1928 ), Chinese paleoanthropologist
  • Wu Yajun (* 1948), Chinese businesswoman
  • Wu Yi (Shang Dynasty ) ( † 1195 BC), Chinese King
  • Wu Yi ( born 1938 ), Chinese politician
  • Wu Yi Hui (1887-1961), Chinese martial arts master
  • Wu Yonggang (1907-1982), Chinese director and screenwriter
  • Wu Yu (1872-1949), Chinese scholar
  • Wu Yuhong (born 1966 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Wu Yunyong (born 1978 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Wu Yuzhang (1878-1966), Chinese politician, educationalist and President of Renmin University
  • Wu Zetian ( 625-705 ), Chinese Empress
  • Wu Zhengyi (1916-2013), Chinese Botanist

As well as:

  • Chien- Shiung Wu (1912-1997), Chinese - American physicist
  • Chun -Hsien Wu (1967 ), Taiwanese dancer and choreographer
  • Daniel Wu ( born 1974 ), Chinese - American actor
  • David Wu ( born 1955 ), American politician
  • Edward M. Wu, American engineer
  • Elie Wu ( b. 1983 ), American badminton player
  • Fa - Yueh Wu ( born 1932 ), Chinese - American physicist
  • Harry Wu ( born 1937 ), American China - critic
  • Jason Wu, Chinese - Canadian fashion designer
  • Jennifer Pédussel Wu, U.S. economist
  • Joe Wu ( born 1986 ), New Zealand badminton player
  • John Baptist Wu Cheng -chung (1925-2002), Bishop of Hong Kong and Cardinal
  • Kin San Wu ( born 1985 ), Chinese cyclist
  • Kuo -Chu Wu (1970-2006), Taiwanese choreographer
  • Maw - Kuen Wu ( born 1949 ), Chinese physicist
  • Melissa Wu (* 1992), Australian water jumper
  • Michael Wu ( b. 1982 ), Hong Kong - Chinese tennis player
  • Michelle Wu ( b. 1983 ), Australian duathlete and triathlete
  • Myolie Wu ( born 1979 ), Hong Kong - Chinese actress
  • Peter Wu Junwei ( born 1963 ), Chinese minister, bishop of Yuncheng
  • Ray Wu (1928-2008), American molecular biologist and geneticist
  • Sijue Wu (born 1964 ), American- Chinese mathematician
  • Sophie Wu ( b. 1983 ), British actress
  • Tai Tsun Wu ( born 1933), American theoretical physicist
  • Theodore Yao - Tsu Wu (* 1924), Chinese - American engineer
  • Vivian Wu (born 1966 ), Chinese actress

WU stands for:

  • Waggon Union, a manufacturer of rail vehicles and machines
  • Vienna University of Economics
  • Impermeable to water, for example water-impermeable concrete
  • Former Westfälische Union from Hamm

WU as distinguishing signs on license plate:

  • UK: Bristol
  • Austria: Vienna district environment without the city of Schwechat
  • Poland: Ochota, Municipality of Warsaw
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  • Abbreviation
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