There are 5 definitions of u in English:

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Pronunciation: /juː
 
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abbreviation

Physics
Denoting quantum states or wave functions which change sign on inversion through the origin. The opposite of g.
[from German ungerade 'odd']

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(In units of measurement) micro- (10−6): direct read-out of concentration in ug or mg/l
[substituted for mu]

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Word of the day setose
Pronunciation: ˈsēˌtōs
adjective
bearing bristles or setae; bristly

There are 5 definitions of u in English:

U2

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Pronunciation: /juː
 
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(also u)

noun (plural Us or U's)

1The twenty-first letter of the alphabet.
1.1Denoting the next after T in a set of items, categories, etc.
2 (U) A shape like that of a capital U, especially a cross section: [in combination]: U-shaped glaciated valleys

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There are 5 definitions of u in English:

U3

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Pronunciation: /juː
 
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abbreviation

1(In names of sports clubs) United: Oxford U
1.1British Universal (denoting films classified as suitable without restriction).
1.2Uruguay (international vehicle registration).
1.3 (also u) informal You: what will u do next?

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The chemical element uranium.

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There are 5 definitions of u in English:

U4

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Pronunciation: /juː
 
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adjective

British informal
(Of language or social behaviour) characteristic of or appropriate to the upper social classes: U manners

Origin

1950s: abbreviation of upper class; coined in 1954 by Alan S. C. Ross, professor of linguistics, the term was popularized by its use in Nancy Mitford's Noblesse Oblige (1956).

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There are 5 definitions of u in English:

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noun

A Burmese title of respect before a man’s name, equivalent to Mr: U Thien San

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