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Ratu usually refers to a title used by Fijians of chiefly rank, and also to Javanese word to refer the leaders, especially kings or nobles. Ratu is also a word from Indonesian language which means "queen".
Ratu may also refer to:
- Michael Ratu, a rugby league player who plays for Leeds Rhinos
- Pangeran Ratu, the ruler of Banten in Northwest Java, Indonesia
- Ratu Nasiganiyavi, an Australian winger for the NSW Waratahs rugby union club
- Ratu Bagus, a guru
- Pelabuhan Ratu, an isolated fishing village at the south coast of West Java
- Ratu block, one of the twenty administrative blocks of Ranchi district, Jharkhand state, India'
- Ratu Boko, an archaeological site in Java
- Ratu Cakobau Park, a rugby union stadium in Nausori, Fiji
- Ratu Plaza, a shopping mall located in Central Jakarta, Indonesia
- Ratu, a village in Nepal
- Râtu River, another name for the Hopârta River in Romania
- Ratu (band), an Indonesian female duo formed in 1999 and disbanded in 2007
- Ratu - Satu Penghargaan, a greatest hits album by Malaysian singer Ziana Zain
- Ratu Kadavulevu School, a school in Lodoni, Fiji
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