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Çük (Çuq; or ; Cyrillic: Чук, Чүк, Чӳк, Чӱк) was a holiday of Keräşen Tatars, Chuvashes, Udmurts, preserved before the beginning of 20th century. It was celebrated as summer, before the Whitsunday or at the Poqraw eve ( The Intercession). Commoners arranged a collective meal, and called for rain. Recent years Çük is celebrated in several districts of Tatarstan and is held in the manner of Sabantuy.


CUK may refer to:

  • Catholic University of Korea, in Seoul & Bucheon, South Korea
  • CUK is the ICAO airline designator for Polo Aviation, United Kingdom
  • CUK is the IATA airport code for Caye Caulker Airport, Belize
  • Cuk (instrument)
Cuk (instrument)

The ' Cuk' is a stringed musical instrument from Indonesia. It has 3 strings in 3 courses. It is tuned G4 B3 E3. The strings are made of thick nylon.

The instrument evolved from the Portuguese cavaquinho. The body is usually hollowed out of a solid piece of wood. It is mainly used to play Keroncong music along with the Cak.