Batu

(from the article `Uzbekistan`) ...in Uzbek and Tajik. These writers all began as poets and subsequently branched out to produce many of the first modern indigenous plays, stories, ...
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Batu

[given name] Batu is a common masculine Central Asian name. In Mongolian, `Batu` means firm/stable. While the name is spelled Batu in Mongol Script ({MongolUnicode|ᠪᠠᠲᠦ}), the form Bat (Бат) is used in Mongol Cyrillic. In Turkish, `Batu` means `Prevailing`, and/or `Preponderant`. It also connotes `The West` since `Batu` resembles...
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Batu

[group] Batu were a British music group strongly influenced by Brazilian music. Formed in early 1992, in Brighton, England and disbanded in late 1994, this group featured the talents of Bebeto De Souza, a native of São Paulo, Brazil, as well as the vocals of Sharon Scott. Full members included Chris Franck, Carl Smith, Kevin Alexander, Sha...
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