shu [shoo] ExamplesWord Origin noun
- the Confucian principle of refraining from actions toward others that would be disagreeable if done to oneself.
Origin of shu From the Chinese word shù Shu [shoo] noun Egyptian Religion.
- the god of the air, sometimes represented with arms upraised, supporting the vault of heaven.
Compare Nut. Examples from the Web for shu Contemporary Examples of shu
Thus, the SHU was chock full of contraband, because all the x-ray machines were used by the clinics and not the guards.
July 20, 2014
When being processed into solitary confinement, known as the Special Housing Unit, or SHU, the frisk is even more severe.
July 20, 2014
The drawing, which he colored with Shu Uemera makeup, is titled “The Biggest Chef in the world: 10×5 Stars.”
The Fashion Beast Team
November 12, 2012
However there was no Segregated Housing Unit, aka the SHU or the Hole, for women in that federal jail.
July 21, 2010
Historical Examples of shu
But there’s so much to be done in every place—Bashkai, Khawak, Shu, and everywhere else.’
But not so with the farmer, and it shows God intended he shu’d keep at it.
John Trotwood Moore
The tree is known to the Chinese as the Pai-la shu, or white wax tree.
Thus when Shu and Tefnut arose from the waters the eye of Nu followed them.
Shu in this case may represent the daylight and Tefnut moisture.