Samu may refer to:

  • SAMU, trade-name of a brand of Thai coconut water
  • Samu, nickname for a Homo erectus man found in Vértesszőlős, Hungary
  • SAMU - Service d'Aide Médicale d'Urgence, an emergency medical service in France.
  • Servicio de Atencion Medica Urgente, also an emergency medical service
  • Serviço de Atençao Medica Urgente, also an emergency medical service
  • Samu, ring name of Samoan-American professional wrestler, Samula Anoa'i
  • as-Samu - the Palestinian village in the West Bank
  • Samu (Zen) - work that encourages mindfulness, practiced in Zen
  • Samu, South Khorasan, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran
  • South African Medical Unit (SAMU) of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)

Other articles related to "samu":

Samu Incident
... The Samu incident refers to events on November 13, 1966 involving an Israeli military attack on the Jordanian-controlled West Bank village of Samu in response ...
Latvia At The 2000 Summer Olympics - Wrestling
... Men's 85 kilogram Igors Samušonoks Samušonoks was defeated 3-2 by Canada’s Justin Abdou and shut out 3-0 by Cuba’s Yoel Romero ... Samušonoks defeated Kazakhstan’s Magomed Kurugliyev 7-6 ...
Samu (Homo Erectus)
... Samu is the nickname given to a prehistoric man (described as Homo erectus seu sapiens palaeohungaricus, i ... Since it was found on August 21, the name day of Sámuel, it was named Samu (Hungarian version of Sam) ... Samu was an intelligent early human who made tools out of rocks and bones, knew and used fire and was able to hunt for larger animals ...
... As Samu' or es-Samu' (Arabic السموع‎) is a town in the Hebron Governorate of the West Bank, 12 kilometers south of the city of Hebron ... as-Samu is 60 kilometers south-west of Jerusalem ... approximately five kilometers south of as Samu ...