SAU may refer to:
- Saint Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa
- The country of Saudi Arabia in the Middle East
- Sauti ya Umma, a political party in Tanzania
- Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University, an agricultural university in Bangladesh
- Southern Adventist University, a university in the United States affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist Church
- Southern Arkansas University, a four-year institution in the United States
- School administrative unit, local government organizations in New Hampshire that administer the public school system.
- State Agricultural University, a university dedicated to agriculture, set up at the state level in India.
- Sau (band), Catalan rock group in the 1980s/1990s.
- Spring Arbor University
- South American Union
Sau (Rotuman king)
Sau, (often mistranslated as “ King”), refers to the role of spiritual leader in pre-Christian Rotuman society. The title was neither primogenitary nor held for a lifetime, but rather was cycled through the chiefs of each of Rotuma’s districts.
Sau was a music group from Catalonia, which rose to fame in this area in the 1990s, being among the first groups to write pop music with Catalan lyrics, known as rock català. The band's two main members were Carles Sabater, singer, and Pep Sala, who played guitar and sometimes keyboard. Sabater's death following a concert in 1999 ended the band's existence.
Pep Sala was the composer whilst lyrics where written together with Carles Sabater. No puc deixar de fumar (I cannot stop smoking) was their first album. Edited in 1988 by "Audiovisuals de Sarrià", the album contained the hits "Records d'Irlanda" ("memories of Ireland") and the song "Deprimit" ("Depressed") which would have an appearance on each subsequent album.
Two years later, the album What a night, recorded between London and Barcelona confirmed the status of the group. That disc included Sau's most recognisable singles "Boig per tu" ("Crazy for You") and "El Tren de Mitjanit" ("Midnight Train").
Sau participated in the historic concert on Palau Sant Jordi on June 14, 1991 together with Els Pets, Sopa de Cabra and Sangtraït, at the time, the European record for public attendance at a musical show held in a closed arena with 22,104 attending. Another of their most memorable concerts was held in the bullring La Monumental on July 1992 which was recorded for the album Concert de mitjanit (Midnight Concert)
Usage examples of "sau".
Pferde lebten in Saus und Braus, und man kann sich fragen, wer dabei ausgelassener wurde.
When the big car pulled up in front of Gotham Court, where Carlton Sauber was a resident, Commissioner Weston stepped forward to congratulate the chauffeur.
She shopped busily for presents to take home and when she got back discovered that he had paid his second visit to Herr Sauer and gone back to the hospital to have dinner with the anaesthetist and surgeon who had assisted him.
Andrea Au, Hilda Koparanian, Isolde Sauer, Suzanne Anderson, Betty Harris, Alese Pickering, and Jennifer Weidman.
The marines regarded it, and her, with horror as she drew her sidearm, a SIG Sauer P226, and put one round of Nytrilium fragmentable hollow point into the animal.
It took a moment for me to remember that several years ago the Henrico County Police Department had switched from nine-millimeters to Sig Sauer P220 .
He’d removed the ammunition from the magazine of his Sig Sauer nine-millimeter and appeared to be inventorying it bullet by bullet.