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Pau \Pau\, n. See Pah.


n. (alternative form of pa nodot=yes English) (Maori fort)


Pau may refer to:

  • Pau, Edom, a city in the Bible
  • Pau, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France, a city
  • Arrondissement of Pau, a district containing the French city
  • Pau (Aachen), a river in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
  • Pau, Sardinia, a municipality
  • Pau, Spain, a municipality
  • Pau Brasil, a municipality in Bahia, a state in northeastern Brazil
  • La Pau (Barcelona Metro), a station
  • Lac Pau, a lake near Caniapiscau, Quebec, Canada (see Lac Pau (Caniapiscau) Water Aerodrome)
  • Pau (river), a river of south-western France (Gave de Pau)
  • Pau (given name)
  • Akina Pau (born 1974), fencer from Hong Kong, China
  • Carlos Pau y Español (1857-1937), botanist
  • Pau Chin Hau, Burmese religious leader
  • Juan Margarit i Pau (died 1484), Spanish Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal
  • Maria de la Pau Janer (born 1966), Spanish writer
  • Paul Pau (1848–1932), French general
  • Peter Pau (born 1951), Hong Kong cinematographer
  • Petra Pau (born 1963), German politician
  • Pau Shiu-hung (born 1942), Hong Kong politician
  • Sioe Gouw Pau (born 1935), Indonesian Olympic fencer
  • Tyrone Pau, Cook Islander professional rugby league footballer
  • Pacific Adventist University, Papua New Guinea
  • Prueba de Acceso a la Universidad, see Selectividad
  • Polska Akademia Umiejętności, Polish Academy of Learning
  • Punjab Agricultural University, India
  • Palo Alto University, in Palo Alto, California, United States
  • PAU, the IATA code for Pauk Airport, Burma
  • pau, ISO-639 code for the Palauan language
  • PAU: penetrating atherosclerotic ulcer (of the aorta)
  • Pau (unit), a unit of capacity used in Brunei, Malaysia, Sabah, and Sarawak
  • Pau Grand Prix, an auto race
  • Alternative spelling for baozi (steamed Chinese buns) sometimes used in Malaysia
  • pāʻū, a Hawaiian feather skirt (see Feather cloak)
  • Pau, an Indian bread native to Goa. (commonly accompaniments in popular Indian fast foods like vada-pau, pau-bhaji, burji-pau etc.)
  • Gangte Pau: Language spoken by Gangte people.
Pau (unit)

A pau was a customary unit of capacity used in Brunei, Malaysia, Sabah, and Sarawak. A pau was 2 imperial gills (approximately 0.284 liters or 0.600 US pints).

Pau (given name)

Pau is the Catalan translation of the given name Paul, and furthermore, it literally means "peace" in this language. Notable people with the name include:

  • Pau Audouard (1857–1918), renowned photographer active in Barcelona
  • Pau Casals (1876-1973), Catalan cellist
  • Pau Cendrós López (born 1987), Spanish football player
  • Pau Claris i Casademunt (1586–1641), Catalan lawyer, clergyman and 94th President of Catalonia
  • Pau de Bellviure (fourteenth and/or fifteenth centuries), Catalan poet
  • Pau Faner Coll (born 1949), Spanish novelist and painter
  • Pau Franch (born 1988), Spanish professional football player
  • Pau Gasol (born 1980), Spanish basketball player
  • Pau Ribas (born 1987), Spanish professional basketball player
  • Pau Sabater (1884-1919), Spanish anarcho-syndicalist
  • Pau Torres (born 1973), Spanish musician and composer
  • Pau Villalonga (died 1609), Spanish composer
Pau (Aachen)

'''Pau (Aachen) ''' is a river of North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany.

Usage examples of "pau".

General Pau had soon to follow suit and retire again from Mulhouse and all but the south-west corner of Alsace.

Pau in preference to Italy, or even other towns in France, is inexplicable.

Starting about noon that day, I want reports leaked to the authorities that I have appeared in Oloron, Pau, Bayonne, Bilbao, Mauléon, St.

In Miller's pocket was an identity card, work permit, ration card, tobacco card, frontier zone permit, and a medical certificate signed by a Doctor Lebayon of Pau explaining that chronic lumbago had prevented him from being deported to Germany as a forced labourer.