Pau


Pau

Pau may refer to:

Places
People
  • Pau (given name)
  • Carlos Pau y Español (1857-1937), a botanist
  • George Pau-Langevin (born 1948), a member of the National Assembly of France
  • Lew Syn Pau, a Singapore politician
  • Maria de la Pau Janer (born 1966), a Spanish writer
  • Pau Chin Hau, a Burmese religious leader
  • Pau Gasol, an NBA basketball player
  • Pau Ming Wai Akina (born 1974), a fencer from Hong Kong, China
  • Pau Shiu-hung (born 1942), a Hong Kong politician
  • Paul Pau (1848–1932), a French general
  • Peter Pau (born 1951), a Hong Kong cinematographer
  • Petra Pau (born 1963), a German politician
  • Ricardo Pau-Llosa (born 1954), a Cuban-American poet and art critic of Latin American art
  • Sioe Gouw Pau (born 1935), an Indonesian Olympic fencer
  • Wu Pau-hsien (born 1980), a Taiwanese baseball player
Education
Codes
Other
  • Pau (unit), a unit of capacity used In Brunei, Malaysia, Sabah, and Sarawak
  • Pau Grand Prix, an auto race
  • Alternative spelling for baozi (steamed Chinese buns) sometimes used in Malaysia.

See also

  • Pao (disambiguation)
  • Pav (disambiguation)
  • Paus
  • Sant Pau (disambiguation)

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  • Pau — Pau …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pau FC — Pau Football Club Pau Football Club Généralités …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Pau — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El término Pau puede referirse a: Contenido 1 Geografía 2 Personalidades 3 Educación 4 Miscelánea …   Wikipedia Español

  • Pau FC — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Pau FC Nombre completo Pau Football Club Fundación 1904 Estadio Estadio du Hameau Pau, Francia …   Wikipedia Español

  • Pau —   [poː], Stadt in Südwestfrankreich, Verwaltungssitz des Départements Pyrénées Atlantiques, 210 m über dem Meeresspiegel, am Gave de Pau (Zufluss des Adour) im Pyrenäenvorland, 82 100 Einwohner; Universität (1970 gegründet),… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Pau — v. de France, ch. l. de dép. des Pyr. Atl., sur le gave de Pau; 83 928 hab. (Palois). Aéroport. Industries. Stat. climatique. Université. Chât. du XIIIe s. Musées. Cap. du Béarn (XVe s.), puis des rois de Navarre (1512), Pau vit naître Henri IV… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Pau — Le nom est porté dans des pays très variés (Belgique, France, Espagne, Sardaigne). Dans la plupart des cas, c est une variante du prénom Paul (en catalan Pau , en wallon Pô ). En Belgique et dans le nord de la France, on peut cependant penser… …   Noms de famille

  • pau — 1. Bordão, cacete, cajado. 2. Viga, trave. 3. Ripa. 4. Paulada, castigo. 5. Chifre. • s. m. 6. Vara de madeira, tal como se cortou da árvore. 7. Haste. 8. Cada um dos alvos de madeira ou de marfim de certos jogos. 9. Pedaço de certas substâncias… …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • pau — ˈpau̇ adjective Etymology: Hawaiian : completed, consumed, finished * * * /poh/, n. a city in and the capital of Pyrénées Atlantiques department, in SW France: winter resort. 85,860. * * * pau «pow», adjective. Hawaiian …   Useful english dictionary

  • Pau — Pau, n. See {Pah}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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