Jen may refer to:
- Ren (Confucianism), a.k.a. Jen, Confucian word for humaneness
- Jennifer (given name), diminutive form Jen
- Famous people with this surname
- Jen (任), common of surname Ren, Njim, Nham, Yam, Yum, Yim, Im
- Jen (仁), common of surname Njin, Ren, Yin, Jin, Yan from Zhou Dynasty
- Chih-Kung Jen 任之恭, Chinese-American physicist
- Selina Jen, 任家萱, Taiwanese Actor
- Richie Jen, 任賢齊, Taiwanese Actor
- Famous people with this given name
- Jen Sorensen, U.S. cartoonist
- Jen Trynin, U.S. singer-songwriter
- Jen Wood, U.S. musician
- Jen-Hsun Huang, U.S. businessman
- Fictional characters
- Jen Masterson, character on 6teen
- Jen Scotts, Pink Time Force Ranger
- Jen (Gelfling), protagonist in 1982 film The Dark Crystal
Other articles related to "jen":
... Jennifer "Jen" Clark, played by Sara Foster since season one, is Naomi's older sister who has been away for most of the series ... to convince her mother that "She's as smart as Jen." In other episodes, Naomi reveals that they are not on speaking terms ... Jen comes back to Beverly Hills in the episode "The Dionsyian Debacle" ...
... "Xiao" means young, little or small and "hu" means tiger) Jen (Yu Jiao Long), "Yu" is her family name and means jade ... Lu Bi Pei, Jen's husband Gao Lang Chiu (Jen's master both in martial arts and literature, Jade Fox is not Jen's master) ...
... Jen Diturno (born October 18, 1981) was a bartender from Columbus, Ohio ... Jen and Parker were soulmates for the season ... was first on the memory wall because "she was going to win." On Day 1, Jen and Parker won the first competition of the season, as well as a $10,000 ...
... His soulmate for the series was Jen, who had an outside relationship with HouseGuest Ryan ... Jen Parker were the first and only "Power Couple" of the season, and evicted Jacob Sharon on Day 3 ... On Day 14, Jen Parker were evicted due to Jen's relationship with Ryan ...
Famous quotes containing the word jen:
“When I think about why I would be a writer, why I should continue to be a writer, it seems to me one of the few things you can do where youre never bored.”
—Gish Jen (b. 1956)
“... there is ... a big aspect of play in writing novels, and making the story more and more elaborate is just more and more fun.”
—Gish Jen (b. 1956)