In language and linguistics:

Tu is the 2nd-person singular subject pronoun in Spanish, Italian, Lithuanian, Portuguese, French, Irish, Latvian, Romanian, Latin, and Hindustani. See:

  • Personal pronoun, personal pronouns such as 'tu' in these and other languages
  • T–V distinction, the use in some languages of a different personal pronoun for formality or social distance, such as tu/vos in Latin, tu/vouz in French and the majestic plural in English

Tu may also refer to:

  • Tuberculin Units, a measure of strength of tuberculin
  • Tren Urbano, the metro system used in San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • Tu Hundred, a district of Västmanland in Sweden
  • Universal Time, "Tempus Universalis"
  • TU (Time Unit). "Time Unit in Wireless LAN network standard"
  • Tū (Tūmatauenga), a supernatural being in Māori mythology
  • Tu people, the Monguor people of the People's Republic of China
    • Tu language
  • Tú (band), a Canadian pop music duo in the late-1980s
  • TU (band), an American band
  • "Tú" (song), a song by Shakira from her album Donde Estan Los Ladrones?
  • Tu, a Chinese family name
  • Tu, a Croatian film
  • Tu (cake), a type of Tibetan cake

In companies and organizations:

  • TU (union), the international union for T-Mobile workers
  • Tupolev, a Russian aerospace and defence company
  • Tunisair IATA code
  • Toimihenkilöunioni, Union of Salaried Employees, a Finnish trade union
  • TU Media, a Digital Multimedia Broadcasting mobile companies in Korea
  • Transunion, a consumer credit reporting agency
  • Tu, the own brand clothing range of Sainsbury's supermarkets in the United Kingdom

In universities:

  • Tartu University
  • Taylor University
  • Any Technische Universität, i.e. university of technology in German-speaking countries
  • Temple University
  • Tezpur University
  • Thapar University
  • Thammasat University
  • Tooling University
  • Touro University California
  • Touro University Nevada
  • Towson University
  • Tribhuvan University
  • Trinity University
  • Tulane University
  • University of Tulsa
  • t.u., a derisive reference to the University of Texas at Austin by students and supporters of in-state rival Texas A&M University
  • TÜ, the University of Tartu National University of Estonia

Other articles related to "tu":

Etre - Inflectional Endings of The Three Verb Groups
... Présent) je e1 is s (x3) e5 e isse e tu es is s (x3) es5 es isses es il e it t (d,c4) e5 e isse e nous ons issons ons ons ions issions ions vous ez issez ez ez iez issiez iez ... only in je/tu peux (I/you can), je/tu veux (I/you want), and je/tu vaux (I am/you are 'worth') ...
List Of Political Families - Croatia
... The Tuđman Family Franjo Tuđman (President of Croatia, 1991–99) Miroslav Tuđman (son of Franjo Tuđman leader of Croatian True Revival) ...
... in the 18th century, died July(?) October(?) 1799) was the 15th Tuʻi Kanokupolu (chief of the House of Tupou in Oceanic kingdom of Tonga) ... by the Haʻa Havea clan, a junior branch of the Tuʻi Kanokupolu line ... Preceded by Tukuʻaho Tuʻi Kanokupolu 1799 Succeeded by Tupoumālohi ...
Tu Di Gong
... Tu Di Gong (also known as Tu Di, Tu Gong, Tudi Yeye and Dabo Gong), is a Chinese earth god worshipped by Chinese folk religion worshippers and Taoists ... A more formal name for Tu Di Gong is Fude Zhengshen (福德正神), literally the "God of Fortunes and Virtues" ... In China, every village had a shrine to Tu Di Gong ...