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Uku Masing (born Hugo Albert Masing, 11 August 1909 – 25 April 1985) was an Estonian philosopher. He was a significant figure in Estonian religious philosophy. Masing also wrote poetry, mostly on religious issues. Masing authored one novel, Rapanui vabastamine ehk Kajakad jumalate kalmistul (Liberation of Rapanui, or Seagulls at the Cemetery of Gods) in the late 1930s, which was published posthumously in 1989. As a folklorist, he was a distinguished researcher of fairy tales, contributing to the international Encyclopedia of the Folktale. He was awarded the Righteous Among The Nations by Yad Vashem and the Israeli Supreme Court for his participation during the Holocaust in helping a Jew in Estonia escape capture from 1941 until the end of the war. His actions exposed him to great danger du

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  • Uku Masing, naskita kiel Hugo Albert Masing (naskiĝis la 11-an de aŭgusto 1909, mortis la 25-an de aprilo 1985) – estona filozofo, tradukisto, teologo, folkloristo kaj poligloto.
  • Uku Masing (* 29. Julijul./ 11. August 1909greg. im Dorf Lipa, Gemeinde Raikküla, Kreis Rapla/Estland; † 25. April 1985 in Tartu) war ein estnischer Lyriker, Theologe, Orientalist und Ethnologe.
  • Uku Masing, urodzony jako Hugo Albert Masing (ur. 11 sierpnia 1909, zm. 25 kwietnia 1985) – estoński filozof, tłumacz, teolog i folklorysta.
  • Уку Мазинг (эст. Uku Masing; имя при рождении Хуго Альберт Мазинг , эст. Hugo Albert Masing); 11 августа 1909, хутор Эйну, Эстляндская губерния — 25 апреля 1985, Тарту) — эстонский теолог, поэт, фольклорист, философ, филолог, переводчик. Профессор Тартуского университета, лауреат звания Праведники мира института Яд ва-Шем (Израиль). Был известен как полиглот и ориенталист, занимался живописью, ботаникой и др.
  • Уку Масінґ, ест. Uku Masing, при народженні Хуґо Альберт Масінґ (ест. Hugo Albert Masing; *11 серпня 1909, хутір Липа Райкюльської волості, Хар'юський повіт Естляндської губернії, Російська імперія — †25 квітня 1985, Тарту, Естонська РСР) — естонський філософ, перекладач, теолог, фольклорист, філолог.
  • Uku Masing (born Hugo Albert Masing, 11 August 1909 – 25 April 1985) was an Estonian philosopher. He was a significant figure in Estonian religious philosophy. Masing also wrote poetry, mostly on religious issues. Masing authored one novel, Rapanui vabastamine ehk Kajakad jumalate kalmistul (Liberation of Rapanui, or Seagulls at the Cemetery of Gods) in the late 1930s, which was published posthumously in 1989. As a folklorist, he was a distinguished researcher of fairy tales, contributing to the international Encyclopedia of the Folktale. He was awarded the Righteous Among The Nations by Yad Vashem and the Israeli Supreme Court for his participation during the Holocaust in helping a Jew in Estonia escape capture from 1941 until the end of the war. His actions exposed him to great danger du
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