YU

YU is an abbreviation for:

  • Yugoslavia, particularly the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia according to ISO 3166
  • Following universities: Yale University
  • Yeshiva University, New York City
  • York University, Toronto

YU as distinguishing signs on license plate:

  • UK: Sheffield
  • Slovakia: Trailer (second group of letters )

Yu stands for:

  • Name of the guitarist of the band Cinema Bizarre
  • As characters玉the Chinese word for "jade"
  • Yu ( Yangquan ), name of the circle Yu (盂县) Yangquan City in Shanxi Province, China
  • Yu ( Zhangjiakou ), the name of the circle Yu (蔚县) Zhangjiakou City in Hebei Province, China

Yu, Yù also stands for:

  • Yù (豫), nickname for the province of Henan, China

Yu is the surname of the following persons:

  • Apphia Yu, American voice actress
  • Avan Yu (* 1987), Sino- Canadian pianist
  • Bartholomew Yu Chengti (1919-2009), Roman Catholic bishop of Hanzhong in central China's Shaanxi Province
  • Francis Xavier Yu Soo- il ( born 1945 ), Military Bishop of Korea
  • Louis Yu runchen ( born 1931 ), Chinese minister, bishop of Hanzhong
  • Miri Yū ( born 1968 ), Japanese novelist of Korean origin
  • Ricky Yu Qi ( b. 1963 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Ronny Yu ( born 1950 ), Chinese director
  • Sze Yu (c. 1960), Australian badminton players
  • Timothy Yu Gyoung - chon (born 1962 ), South Korean minister, Auxiliary Bishop of Seoul
  • Yu Chaohong ( born 1975 ), Chinese Athlete
  • Yu Dabao (* 1988), the Chinese football player
  • Yu Dafu (1896-1945? ), Chinese writer
  • Yu Delu (* 1987), Chinese snooker player
  • Yu Fengtong ( born 1984 ), Chinese speed skaters
  • Yu Gil -jun (1856-1914), Korean independence activist and politician
  • Yu Hai (* 1987), the Chinese football player
  • Yu He ( 175-204 ), Chinese general
  • Yu Hiu Tung ( born 1984 ), tennis player from Hong Kong
  • Yu Hua ( b. 1960 ) Chinese Author
  • Yu Hyeong -won (1622-1673), Korean politician and philosopher neokonfuzianischer
  • Yu Jie (born 1973 ), Chinese writer and human rights activist
  • Yu Jim - Yuen (1905-1997), drama teacher in Hong Kong
  • Yu Jin († 221), Chinese general
  • Yu Jing ( born 1985 ), Chinese speed skater
  • Yu Jinhao ( born 1975 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Yu Lizhi (born 1969 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Yu Myung- hwan ( born 1946 ), South Korean diplomat and politician
  • Yu Nan (born 1978 ), Chinese actress
  • Yu Pu, Chinese historians
  • Yu Qi, Chinese badminton player
  • Yu Qiuli (1914-1999), Chinese economic policy, political commissar of the army
  • Shao Yu ( 188-242 ), Chinese general
  • Yu Shumei ( born 1977 ), Chinese biathlete
  • Yu Si - min ( born 1959 ), South Korean politician, university professor and journalist
  • Yu Sun -bok (* 1970), North Korean table tennis player
  • Yu Wenxia (* 1989), Chinese model and Miss World
  • Yu Xiaohan (* 1994), Chinese badminton player
  • Yu Xin Yuan ( born 1985 ), Chinese Tennis Player
  • Yu Xinna ( born 1986 ), Chinese curler
  • Yamei Yu ( born 1980 ), Chinese violinist
  • Yu Yang ( born 1986 ), Chinese badminton player
  • Yu Yangyi (* 1994), chinese chess master
  • Yu Yaodong (1951-2012), Chinese badminton player
  • Yu Yuk Georgia (c. 1950), Taiwanese badminton player
  • Yu Zhengsheng ( born 1945 ), Chinese politician
  • Yu Zhuocheng ( born 1975 ), Chinese diver

And the legendary figures:

  • Yu the Great, Urkaiser China
  • Yu Di, Jade Emperor in Chinese mythology
  • Yu Gong, main character of a parabola

Yú, yǔ stands for Chinese musical instruments:

  • Yu (wind instrument ) ,竽, yú
  • Yǔ (percussion instrument) ,敔, yǔ, see Schraptiger

. yu is an abbreviation for:

  • Former top-level domain of Yugoslavia and later Serbia and Montenegro until March 30, 2010 Serbia ( but used not used: cs; separately today rs and me. .. )
  • Disambiguation
  • Abbreviation
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