[heng-gist, hen-jist] /ˈhɛŋ gɪst, ˈhɛn dʒɪst/
died a.d. 488? chief of the Jutes: with his brother Horsa led the Teutonic invasion of southern Britain c440.
died ?488 ad, a leader, with his brother Horsa, of the first Jutish settlers in Britain; he is thought to have conquered Kent (?455)
noun 1. (def 1).
[hen-hous] /ˈhɛnˌhaʊs/ noun, plural henhouses [hen-hou-ziz] /ˈhɛnˌhaʊ zɪz/ (Show IPA) 1. a shelter for poultry. /ˈhɛnˌhaʊs/ noun 1. a coop for hens
[hen-ee] /ˈhɛn i/ noun 1. Sonja, 1912–69, U.S. figure-skater and film actress, born in Norway. /ˈhɛnɪ/ noun 1. Sonja (ˈsɒnjə). 1912–69, Norwegian figure-skater
Henle Hen·le (hěn’lə), Friedrich Gustav Jacob. 1809-1885. German anatomist whose works, including Handbuch der Rationellen Pathologie (1846-1852), integrated the study of pathology and physiology. He is also known for advancing histology with his microscopic anatomical examinations.