- Leu (archaic; poetic)
From Middle High German lewe, from Old High German leo (both with variants), from Latin leō. The prevalent form in early modern German was Leu with regular development of -ew- into the diphthong -eu- (compare freuen from Old High German frewan). The pronunciation with a labial consonant is originally chiefly Central German.
- (heraldry) lion, as used on a coat of arms
- (astronomy, astrology, singular only, no female or feminine form) Leo
- (Western astrology signs) Tierkreiszeichen; Widder, Stier, Zwillinge, Krebs, Löwe, Jungfrau, Waage, Skorpion, Schütze, Steinbock, Wassermann, Fische (Category: de:Astrology)