Crossword clues for abu
- "Aladdin" character who's transformed into an elephant
- ___-Bakr (father-in-law of Muhammad)
- ___ Simbel (Egyptian landmark)
- Syrian sire
- ___ Dhabi, Mideast sheikdom
- "___ Hassan," von Weber opera
- Father, in Arabia
- Aladdin's kleptomaniac sidekick
- ___ Dhabi, Eastern land
- ___ Dhabi, U.A.E.
- Father: Arab.
- ___ Simbel, historic Egyptian site
- Irish battle cry
- _____ Bakr (first caliph of Mecca)
- ___ Dhabi, Mideastern land
- Elephant boy turns into Arabian dad
- ___ Dhabi, Arab emirate
- ___ Simbel, historic site in Egypt
- ___ Dhabi, Persian Gulf emirate
- Arabic name meaning "father"
- ___ Kemal, town in Syria
- ___ Simbel, on the Nile
- ___-Bakr, Mohammed's father-in-law
- ___ Dhabi, emirate
- ___ Dhabi (Arabian capital)
- ___-Bekr, Mohammed's successor
- Oil-rich _____ Dhabi
- Terrorist Nidal
- Name part meaning "father"
- ___ Simbel (Egyptian temple site)
- ___ Dhabi (Mideast capital)
- Aladdin's monkey
- "The Thief of Baghdad" role
- Egypt's ___ Simbel
- ___ Dhabi (Gulf emirate)
- Aladdin's simian sidekick
- ___ Simbel, Egypt
- ___ Dhabi
- With 18-Across, capital of the United Arab Emirates
- Aladdin's sidekick
- Father of, in Arabic
- Baghdad's ___ Ghraib prison
- Elevator pioneer Otis
- ___ Ghraib (Iraq prison in 2004 headlines)
- "Aladdin" monkey
- ___ Dhabi, Persian Gulf port
- Egypt's ___ Simbel historical site
- ___ Ghraib, Iraqi prison
- "Father of," in Arabic
- ___ Nazir ("Homeland" character)
- Aladdin's monkey pal
Abu or ABU may refer to:
Abu in Sumerian religion was a minor god of plants. He was one of the eight deities born to relieve the illness of Enki. Abu means "father of plants and vegetation."
Stephen Langdon has proposed that Abu may have been an early name of Tammuz, on the basis that Abu was identified as the consort of Inanna, and that the name Abu did not appear in texts later than the Third Dynasty of Ur.
is the name of a group of shield volcanoes located on the coast of Japan on the southwest end of the island of Honshū. It is primarily based in the city of Hagi, Yamaguchi Prefecture.
The group dates from 800,000 years ago and was active into the Holocene era. The last eruption occurred around 9000 years ago.
The group of volcanoes consists of basalt and dacitic lava flows, small shield volcanoes, cinder cones, and lava domes. Altogether, there are about 40 volcanoes, with the highest peak being Irao-yama.
Volcanic activity in the region is thought to be related to subduction of the Philippine Sea Plate.