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shu

[ shoo ]
/ ʃu /
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noun
the Confucian principle of refraining from actions toward others that would be disagreeable if done to oneself.
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Origin of shu

From the Chinese word shù

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Shu
[ shoo ]
/ ʃu /

noun Egyptian Religion.
the god of the air, sometimes represented with arms upraised, supporting the vault of heaven.
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Other definitions for shu (3 of 3)

SHU

abbreviation
Scoville heat unit. See under Scoville scale.
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