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Hoo may refer to :


  • Places 1
  • People 2
  • Other 3
  • See also 4


  • Hoo St Werburgh, a village and civil parish on the Hoo Peninsula in Kent
  • Hoo, Suffolk, a village and a civil parish in Suffolk
  • Hoo Peninsula, peninsula in England separating the estuaries of the rivers Thames and Medway


  • Brandon Soo Hoo (born 1995), American teen actor who had a role in the 2008 Ben Stiller film Tropic Thunder
  • Geri Hoo (1939–2007), actress, 1958 Miss Universe contestant as a representative of Hawaii
  • Hoo Cher Mou, Singaporean air force general and the current Chief of the Republic of Singapore Air Force
  • Hoo Yee Fan (born 1994), Chinese chess prodigy
  • Iso Hoo (real name: Carl Henrik Rosenberg), (born 1979), Finnish rap musician
  • Kho Ping Hoo (1926–1994), Indonesian author of Chinese descent
  • Lim Seng Hoo (born 1956), Singaporean chess International Master
  • Sim Wong Hoo (born 1955), CEO and Chairman of Creative Technology
  • Thomas Hoo, Baron Hoo and Hastings (c. 1396 – 1455), member of the ancient "Hoo" or "de Hoo" family of England


  • HOO, code for Hooton railway station on the Wirral, England
  • Hoo (film), an Indian film
  • Fort Hoo, a fort on an island in the River Medway, Kent
  • Hoo Junction, rail yard on the North Kent Line, near Higham, Kent and Shorne Marshes
  • Mount Hōō (鳳凰山), a mountain in the Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan
  • The Hoo, large detached house in the London Borough of Camden
  • Hōō, the Japanese phoenix

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