See also: Appendix:Variations of "lo"
- An abbreviated form of surnames beginning with "Lo-".
- Alternative form of
- 1971, Burton Watson, “Introduction”, in Chinese Rhyme-Prose, Columbia University Press, →ISBN, LCCN 75-159674, OCLC 489779153, page 57:
- Ts’ao Chih’s “Goddess of the Lo” at first reading appears to depart from the prevailing current of realism which I have outlined above, describing as it does a vision of Fu-fei, the goddess of the Lo River, as she reveals herself to the poet.
- 1973, Schafer, Edward H., The Divine Woman: Dragon Ladies and Rain Maidens in T'ang Literature, San Francisco: North Point Press, published 1980, →ISBN, LCCN 80-15073, OCLC 491390531, OL 4100644M, page 68:
- The waters of the Lo River enjoyed a reputation as venerable as those of the great Ho itself, into which it ultimately empties.
- For more quotations using this term, see Citations:Lo.
Luo — see Luo
- a surname from Hakka
Lo f (plural Loen)
- a Filipino-Chinese surname from Min Nan of Hokkien origin, most notably borne by:
- Ricky Lo, talk show host
According to data collected by Forebears in 2014, Lo is the 434th most common surname in the Philippines, occurring in 20,365 individuals.