Dudu – Wikipedia

Dudu may refer to:

  • Dudu, Hormozgan, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran
  • Dudu, South Khorasan, a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran
  • Dudu, Jammu and Kashmir, a village in Jammu and Kashmir, India
  • Dudu, Rajasthan, a tehsil and a panchayat samiti in Jaipur district, India
  • Dudu (Rajasthan Assembly constituency)
  • Dudu, a village in Chiajna Commune, Ilfov County, Romania
  • Dudu, a village in Plopii-Slăvitești Commune, Teleorman County, Romania
  • 564 Dudu, a minor planet

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  • Dudu (footballer, born 1939), Olegário Tolóí de Oliveira, Brazilian midfielder and coach
  • Dudu (footballer, born 1980), Eduardo Francisco da Silva Neto, Brazilian forward
  • Dudu (footballer, born 1982), Carlos Eduardo Passos Farias, Brazilian midfielder
  • Dudu (footballer, born 17 April 1990), Luis Eduardo Chebel Klein Nunes, Brazilian defender
  • Dudu (footballer, born 21 April 1990), Luiz Eduardo dos Santos Gonzaga, Brazilian forward
  • Dudu (footballer, born 1992), Eduardo Pereira Rodrigues, Brazilian winger and attacking midfielder
  • Dudu (footballer, born 1993), Carlos Eduardo Bendini Giusti, Brazilian defender
  • Dudu (footballer, born 1996), Luiz Eduardo da Silva dos Santos, Brazilian forward
  • Dudu (footballer, born 1997), Luís Eduardo Marques dos Santos, Brazilian right back
  • Dudu (footballer, born 1999), Luiz Eduardo Teodora da Silva, Brazilian midfielder
  • Dudu Aouate (born 1977), Israeli goalkeeper
  • Dudu Biton (born 1988), Israeli striker
  • Dudu Cearense (born 1983), Brazilian central midfielder
  • Dudu Dahan (born 1971), Israeli defender and manager
  • Dudu Doukara (born 1991), French-Senegalese footballer
  • Dudu Figueiredo (born 1991), Brazilian attacking midfielder
  • Dudu Georgescu (born 1950), Romanian footballer
  • Dudu Mineiro (born 1985), Brazilian forward
  • Dudu Omagbemi (born 1985), Nigerian striker
  • Dudu Paraíba (born 1985), Brazilian left wingback
  • Dudu Twito (born 1994), Israeli left back
  • Eduardo da Silva (born 1983), Croatian footballer

Musicians[edit]

  • Dudu Aharon (born 1984), Israeli singer
  • Dudu do Banjo (born 1935), Brazilian guitar player and “king of banjo”
  • Dudu Elharar (born 1945), Israeli singer, music producer, actor and presenter
  • Dudu Fisher (born 1951), Israeli singer and stage performer
  • Dudu Nobre (born 1974), Brazilian composer and singer
  • Dudu Pukwana (1938–1990), South African saxophonist, composer and pianist
  • Dudu Tassa (born 1977), Israeli musician
  • Dudu Tucci (born 1955), Brazilian percussionist, singer and composer

Other people[edit]

  • Dudu of Akkad (fl. c. 21st century BC), king of Akkad
  • Dudu Duswara (c. 1951–2020), Indonesian judge
  • Dudu Gerstein (born 1944), Israeli painter and sculptor
  • Dudu Geva (1950–2005), Israeli artist, writer, cartoonist, illustrator, and comic book creator
  • Dudu Karakaya (born 1985), Turkish middle-distance runner
  • Dudu Mentemu (1370–1433), Manchurian chieftain
  • Dudu Miyan (1819–1862), Indian militant leader
  • Dudu Mntowaziwayo Ndlovu (1957–1992), Zulu dancer
  • Dudu Myeni (born 1963), South African businesswoman
  • Dudu Topaz (1946–2009), Israeli comedian, actor, author and radio and television host
  • Dudu Zondo (born 1994), South African cricketer
  • Eduardo Dantas (born 1989), Brazilian bantamweight mixed martial arts fighter
  • Khandaker Rashiduzzaman Dudu (died 2014), Bangladeshi politician
  • Princess Dudu (born 1978), Nigerian taekwondo practitioner
  • Shamsul Alam Dudu (born 1957), Bangladeshi politician
  • Shamsuzzaman Dudu, Bangladeshi politician

Other uses[edit]

  • Dudu (album), by Turkish pop singer Tarkan
  • Dudu, a West German children’s comedy film series also known as Superbug

See also[edit]

Topics referred to by the same term