Hen commonly refers to a female animal: a chicken, other poultry, game bird, octopus, or lobster. It is also a slang term for a woman.
Hen or Hens may also refer to:
Other articles related to "hen":
95th to 118th episodes of the Ranma ½ Nettōhen (らんま½ 熱闘編?) anime series, known in the English dub as the sixth season of Ranma ½ or "Random Rhapsody" ... TV for 18 episodes and Ranma ½ Nettōhen which ran for 143 ... was then brought back in December as the much more popular and much longer-running Ranma ½ Nettōhen ...
... short summaries of the final 25 episodes (the 119th to the 143rd episodes) of the Ranma ½ Nettōhen (らんま½ 熱闘編?) anime series, known in the English ... ran on Fuji TV for 18 episodes and Ranma ½ Nettōhen which ran for 143 ... then brought back in December as the much more popular and much longer-running Ranma ½ Nettōhen ...
... Hen is a village in Ringerike municipality, Norway. ...
... The first one, Nekogoroshi-hen, was illustrated by Karin Suzuragi, Yutori Hōjō, and Jirō Suzuki, and was sent out to those who bought the first volume of the manga ... The second light novel, Kuradashi-hen, was illustrated by Tonogai Yoshiki, Karin Suzuki, Yutori Hōjō, and Mimori ... the second volume of the manga version of Himatsubushi-hen, and the first volumes of the manga Tsumihoroboshi-hen, Meakashi-hen, and Yoigoshi-hen ...
... map photo sources) OS grid reference Henaford Devon 50.93° N 04.50° W SS2418 Hen Bentref Llandegfan Isle of Anglesey 53.24° N 04.15° W SH5674 Henbrook ...
Famous quotes containing the word hen:
“Though the hen should sit all day, she could lay only one egg, and, besides, would not have picked up materials for another.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“A hen is only an eggs way of making another egg.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)
“When every Sunday afternoon
On the Green Lands I walk
And wear a coat in fashion,
Memories of the talk
Of hen wives and of queer old men
Brace me and make me strong....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)