Tutu


Tutu

Tutu may refer to:

* Ballet tutu, a type of costume for ballet performances
* Tutu (plant), poisonous New Zealand plants of the genus "Coriaria"
* Tutu (album), a 1986 album by Miles Davis
* Tūtū, a composition by Liliuokalani of Hawaiokinai
* Tutu de Feijão, a paste made of beans and manioc flour in Southeastern Brazilian cuisine
* Tutu, a mod for the computer game Baldur's Gate which allows playing the first game of the series within the more advanced engine of the second one

Figures in mythology or popular culture:

* Tutu (god), in Mesopotamian mythology, one of the Anunnaku
* Princess Tutu, an anime series or the character in that series
* The wife of Tottles the Bear

Places:

* Tutu, U.S. Virgin Islands, a subdivision of the island of Saint Thomas.

People:

* Osei Kofi Tutu I (died 1717), Ashantehene, ruler of Kumasi, co-founder of the Empire of Ashanti
* Desmond Tutu (born 1931), South African Archbishop, activist against apartheid, Nobel Peace Prize winner
* Leah Nomalizo Tutu, wife of Desmond Tutu


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  • tutu — tutu …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • tutu — [ tyty ] n. m. • 1881; déform. enfantine de cucu « petit cul »; d ab. « caleçon collant » ♦ Jupe de gaze de diverses longueurs, portée par les danseuses de ballet classique. Des tutus. ● tutu nom masculin (altération de cucu, petit cul) Costume… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Tutú — a la italiana. Un tutú es parte de la indumentaria llevada por las bailarinas de danza clásica. Cuando este vestido apareció en los años 1820 no se definía como tutú, este nombre le fue dado a partir de 1881. En 1832 María Taglioni inmortalizó… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Tutu — steht für: Tutu (Ballett) (gesprochen als [tyˈtyː]), kurzes Ballettröckchen Tutu (Gott), alte sumerische Gottheit, die bereits im 4. Jahrtausend v. Chr. von den Sumerern verehrt wurde Tutu (Pflanze), auf Māori mehrere giftige Pflanzen der… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • tutu — TUTÚ, tutuuri, s.n. Costum de dans pentru balerine (în dansul clasic), făcut din mai multe fuste suprapuse scurte şi transparente. [pr.: tütü] – Din fr. tutu. Trimis de ana zecheru, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98  tutu s. n. [pron. fr. tütü], art.… …   Dicționar Român

  • tutu — s. m. [Informal] Nádegas, geralmente de criança. = TRASEIRO   ‣ Etimologia: origem expressiva tutu s. m. Saia, geralmente de tule ou material afim, usada pelas bailarinas de balé clássico.   ‣ Etimologia: francês tutu tutu s. m. 1.  [Brasil] Ente …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • tutu — (n.) ballet skirt, 1910, from Fr. tutu, alteration of cucu, infantile reduplication of cul bottom, backside …   Etymology dictionary

  • tutū — tutū̃ interj. 1. NdŽ žąsies girgsėjimui nusakyti. 2. Ds kukū (slėpynių pradžiai reikšti): Brone, tutū̃! KlvrŽ …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • ţuţu — ţúţu interj. Trimis de siveco, 10.08.2004. Sursa: Dicţionar ortografic …   Dicționar Român

  • Tutu — Tutu, Des|mond (1931 ) a South African priest in the Anglican religion, who was Archbishop of Cape Town (1986 96). He had a leading part in the fight against ↑apartheid, and he was given the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984. Nelson Mandela later made… …   Dictionary of contemporary English


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