YU

Etymology 1

Noun

yu (countable and uncountable, plural yu)

(archaeology, countable) An ancient Chinese wine-bucket, often having a decorative cover.

(archaic, uncountable) Nephrite or jadeite.

Etymology 2

Pronoun

yu

Eye dialect spelling of you.

Etymology 3

Noun

yu (plural yus)

The letter Ю, ю.

Etymology 1

Abbreviation.

Proper noun

Yu (plural er-noun)

Abbreviation of Yukon. (Yukon Territory)

Synonyms

• (Yukon): Yukon / Yukon Territory / The Yukon, Y.T. / Y. T. / YT, Yk / YK / Yk.

Etymology 2

Proper noun

Yu (plural er-noun or Yus)

synonym of You; A surname. of Chinese origin.

synonym of Yoo; A surname. of Korean origin.

synonym of Yuu; A unisex given name of Japanese origin.

Synonyms

• (Chinese): You

• (Korean): Yoo, Ryu

• (Japanese): Yuu, Yū

Statistics

• According to the 2010 United States Census, Yu is the 658th most common surname in the United States, belonging to 52,035 individuals. Yu is most common among Asian/Pacific Islander (96.1%) individuals.

Source: Wiktionary



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