Tutu may refer to:
Ballet tutu, a type of costume for ballet performances
Tutu (plant), poisonous New Zealand plants of the genus "Coriaria"
Tutu (album), a 1986 album by Miles Davis
* Tūtū, a composition by Liliuokalani of Hawaiokinai
* Tutu de Feijão, a paste made of beans and manioc flour in Southeastern Brazilian cuisine
* Tutu, a mod for the computer game
Baldur's Gatewhich allows playing the first game of the series within the more advanced engine of the second one
Figures in mythology or popular culture:
Tutu (god), in Mesopotamian mythology, one of the Anunnaku
Princess Tutu, an anime series or the character in that series
* The wife of
Tottles the Bear
Tutu, U.S. Virgin Islands, a subdivision of the island of Saint Thomas.
Osei Kofi Tutu I(died 1717), Ashantehene, ruler of Kumasi, co-founder of the Empire of Ashanti
Desmond Tutu(born 1931), South African Archbishop, activist against apartheid, Nobel Peace Prize winner
Leah Nomalizo Tutu, wife of Desmond Tutu
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