CU

CU, Cu, or cu may refer to:

  • Copper, a chemical element
  • The ISO 639-1 code for Old Church Slavonic
  • The cu (=call unix) remote login command used on unix-like computing systems
  • "See you" in e-mail shorthand
  • The Latin abbreviation for colitis ulcerosa, an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).

In mathematics, science and medicine:

  • Control unit (disambiguation)
  • CU (Powerline), an HVDC-powerline in the USA
  • Cube/cubic in a variety of English Imperial units and United States customary units (cubic inch, cubic foot, etc.).
  • Cumulus clouds
  • Cellulase Unit
  • Callous and unemotional traits

Referencing a place:

  • .cu, Cuba's top-level domain country code
  • Old Church Slavonic: ISO 639 alpha-2 language code
  • Cuba, ISO 3166, FIPS Pub 10-4 and obsolete NATO digram

In film making:

  • Close-up

As a company or organization:

  • ChristianUnion, a political party in the Netherlands
  • Consumers Union
  • Credit union
  • Cubana, an IATA airline designator
  • Christian Union (students), a university or college student Christian group

As a university:

Bangladesh
Canada
  • Carleton University, Ottawa
  • Concordia University (Montreal)
Czech Republic
  • Charles University, Prague
Egypt
  • Cairo University
Germany
  • Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt
Hong Kong
  • Chinese University of Hong Kong
India
  • University of Calcutta
Nigeria
  • Covenant University
Thailand
  • Chulalongkorn University
United Kingdom
  • Cardiff University
  • Cranfield University
  • Coventry University
  • University of Cambridge
United States
  • Cameron University (US)
  • Cedarville University (US)
  • Chapman University (US)
  • Clarkson University (US)
  • Clemson University (US)
  • Colgate University (US)
  • Columbia University (US)
  • Cornell University (US)
  • Cornerstone University (US)
  • Creighton University (US)
  • University of Colorado at Boulder (US)
  • University of Colorado system (US)

Other articles related to "cu":

Chrysler Flathead Engine - Straight-4
... The original version displaced 185.8 cu in (3,044.7 cc) and produced 38 hp (28 kW) ... was only produced in 1926, with displacement reduced to 170.3 cu in (2,790.7 cc) for 1927 through 1929 ... of the Plymouth brand in 1929, the base engine was enlarged to 175.4 cu in (2,874.3 cc) for 1930 with the power rating remaining the same ...
Chrysler Flathead Engine - Straight-8
... Displacement Years Horsepower Applications 207.7 cu in (3,403.6 cc) 70 ... DeSoto S-CF 70 ... DeSoto S-CF 220.7 cu in (3,616.6 cc) 75 ... Dodge S-DC 75 ... Dodge S-DC 77 ... DeSoto S-CF Second Series 75 ... Dodge S-DC ...
Chrysler LeBaron - 1957–1975
... convertible 4-door sedan Layout FR layout Platform Perimeter Frame Unibody Engine 392 cu in (6.4L) V8 413 cu in (6.8L) V8 440 cu in (7.2L) V8 Transmission 4-s ...
Chrysler Flathead Engine - Straight-6
... Beginning in 1938, the 201 cu in (3,293.8 cc) inline 6 was used in Massey Harris's Model 101 (later known as the 101 Super) ... to be used by Massey until 1940, when it was supplanted by the 217 cu in (3,556.0 cc) ... In 1940, Chrysler's 242 cu in (3,965.7 cc) straight six went into Massey's 201 Super, which lasted until 1942 ...
Chrysler Valiant - Chronology - CM Series
... The GLX could be optioned with a 4.3 L (265 cu in) Hemi-6 or 5.2 L (318 cu in) V8 ... in 1979, they found the ELB-equipped Valiant 4.0 L (245 cu in) used less fuel than a 2.0 L (120 cu in) Ford Cortina ...