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Zulu may refer to:

The Zulu people or amaZulu, an ethnic group of southern Africa Zulu kaMalandela, founder (c. 1709) and chief of the Zulu clanThe Zulu language or isiZulu, a Bantu language of southern AfricaThe Zulu Kingdom, also called the Zulu EmpireZulu sheep, a breed raised primarily by the Zulu people


FilmsZulu (1964 film), a war film starring Stanley Baker and Michael CaineZulu (2013 film), a French crime film starring Forest Whitaker and Orlando BloomMusicZulu (musician), a Panamanian dancehall reggae singerZulu Social Aid & Pleasure Club, a Carnival Krewe in New Orleans"Zulu" (song), a 1981 dance single by British funk duo The Quick"Zulu", a song off of the Blink-182 EP They Came to Conquer... UranusZulu Records, a record store in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


Zulu (surname), a list of people so namedZulu Sofola (1935-1995), professor and the first published female Nigerian playwright and dramatistZulu, a stage name of Gilbert Lani Kauhi (1937–2004), who played Kono in the original Hawaii Five-O series


Zulu, Indiana, a small town in the United States1922 Zulu, an asteroid


Zulu class submarine, the first ballistic-missile-carrying submarines in the worldHMS Zulu, three ships of the British Royal NavyThe Zulu, a boat used in the Scottish east coast fishery

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Zulu, code for the letter Z in the NATO phonetic alphabetZulu time, Coordinated Universal Time, whose name came from the NATO phonetic alphabet aboveThe Zulus, a football team in Sheffield, UK, that existed from 1879 to 1882TV 2 Zulu, a Danish television stationZulu (Pillow Pal), a Pillow Pal zebra made by Ty, Inc.Task Force Zulu, a South African Defence Force unit in the 1975–1976 covert intervention in the Angolan Civil WarZulu, a variant of the 1910s Sunbeam Crusader motorcycle engineAzul Zulu, a binary build of OpenJDK (a Java implementation) developed by Azul Systems