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The meaning of «htu»

Htun Aeindra Bo (Burmese: ထွန်းအိန္ဒြာဘို, pronounced [tʰʊ́ɴ ʔèiɴdɹà bò]; also Tun Eindra Bo; born 1 May 1966) is a three-time Myanmar Academy Award-winning actress and singer.
Htun Myint Naing (Burmese: ထွန်းမြင့်နိုင်; pronounced [tʰʊ́ɴ mjɪ̯ɴ nàiɴ]; also spelt Tun Myint Naing), also known as Steven Law and Lo Ping Zhong (Chinese: 罗秉忠; pinyin: Luó Píngzhōng) is a Burmese businessman.
Dr. Htun Lwin or Tun Lwin is a Burmese meteorologist. He holds a PhD in Physics and has worked in Burma's Department of Meteorology and Hydrology since he was 17 years old in 1965 for 44 years until 2009 when he retired from his (then) position as Director General.
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Htun Htun Oo (Burmese: ထွန်းထွန်းဦး; also spelt Tun Tun Oo) is the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Myanmar (Burma).
Htukkanthein (Burmese: ထုက္ကန့်သိမ်, pronounced 'Htoke-kan-thein' in Arakanese) is one of the most famous temples in the ancient Arakanese city of Mrauk U, in Rakhine State, Western Myanmar.
Htun Htun Oo; also spelt Tun Tun Oo is a Burmese name and may mean:
Anson A. H. Tuttle (ca. 1820 – 1866) was an American tavern keeper, judge and Republican politician. Tuttletown, California, was named for him.
Hollingworth Tully Kingdon (known as Tully; 1835 – 13 October 1907) was an Anglican bishop, the second Bishop of Fredericton until his death.

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