) is a third person singular "non gender-specific pronoun", short for "that human". Its variants include "hus", "hux", "hume", and "huself".
Hu or hu may also refer to:
- Hu (mythology), the deification of the first word, in the Egyptian mythology of the Ennead
- Huh (god), the deification of eternity in the Egyptian mythology of the Ogdoad
- Hu (Sufism), a name for God.
- HU (chant), a love song to god pronounced like the long drawn-out word 'hue'. Used but not limited to a new-age religion called Eckankar
- Hu (surname), a Chinese family name represented by the character 胡.
- Hù is also an abbreviation for Shanghai, People's Republic of China.
- Hu state or Hu Guo, former state of China
- Wu Hu, the barbaric tribes surrounding ancient China.
- The Hungarian language (ISO 639 alpha-2, hu)
- Hu is a breed of sheep
- A romanisation of the Japanese kana ふ and フ (more commonly romanised as 'fu')
- The abbreviation HU for Hounsfield Units on the Hounsfield scale, a unit of measurement used on a computed tomography machine (CAT)
- .hu is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Hungary
- A mantra (similar to Aum or Om) popularized by the religion Eckankar as a name for and love song to God
- Adir Hu is a hymn sung at the Passover Seder.
- Walloon name for the Belgian city of Huy
- An abbreviation for Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
- HU, disambiguation
- Who, disambiguation
- Huh, disambiguation