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":
... 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" ... into two anime series Ranma ½ which ran on Fuji TV for 18 episodes and Ranma ½ Nettōhen which ran for 143 ... back in December as the much more popular and much longer-running Ranma ½ Nettōhen ...
... Henaford Devon 50.93° N 04.50° W SS2418 Hen Bentref Llandegfan Isle of Anglesey 53.24° N 04.15° W SH5674 Henbrook Worcestershire 52.29° N 02.11° W SO9266 Henbury Dorset 50.78° N 02.07° W SY9598 Henbury City of ...
... 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 versions of Onikakushi-h ... The second light novel, Kuradashi-hen, was illustrated by Tonogai Yoshiki, Karin Suzuki, Yutori Hōjō, and Mimori ... volume of the manga version of Himatsubushi-hen, and the first volumes of the manga Tsumihoroboshi-hen, Meakashi-hen, and Yoigoshi-hen ...
... 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 dub as the fifth season of Ranma ½ or "Ranma Forever" ... two anime series Ranma ½ which ran on Fuji TV for 18 episodes and Ranma ½ Nettōhen which ran for 143 ... as the much more popular and much longer-running Ranma ½ Nettōhen ...
... Hen is a village in Ringerike municipality, Norway. ...
Famous quotes containing the word hen:
“A hen is only an eggs way of making another egg.”
—Samuel Butler (18351902)
“The house-dog lost,
the little hen escaped,
the precious hay-rick scattered,”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)
“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)