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Borrowed from Egyptian šw (Shu, literally Emptiness), a derivative of the verb šwj (to be empty, devoid of).

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  1. (Egyptian mythology) A god personifying the air and atmosphere.

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Shu (plural Shus)

  1. A surname.
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  • According to the 2010 United States Census, Shu is the 12644th most common surname in the United States, belonging to 2447 individuals. Shu is most common among Asian/Pacific Islander (90.64%) individuals.

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  1. (historical) A kingdom during the Three Kingdoms interregnum following China's Han dynasty.

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