[hen-suh n] /ˈhɛn sən/
Jim (James Maury Henson) 1936–90, U.S. puppeteer: creator of the Muppets.
Matthew Alexander, 1866–1955, U.S. arctic explorer: accompanied Peary to North Pole 1909.
[hent] /hɛnt/ verb (used with object), hent, henting. Archaic. 1. to seize. /hɛnt/ verb 1. (transitive) to seize; grasp noun 2. anything that has been grasped, esp by the mind /hɛnt/ verb (transitive) 1. (Southwest English, dialect) to empty: I’ll hent the water out in the garden
[hen-tahy] /ˈhɛn taɪ/ adjective 1. noting or pertaining to a subgenre of Japanese manga, anime, computer games, etc., characterized by explicit sexual themes and imagery. noun 2. such themes, imagery, or works; hard porn. noun sexually explicit animation or comics Word Origin Japanese ‘perverted, perversion’
[hen-tawf, ‐tof] /ˈhɛn tɔf, ‐tɒf/ noun 1. Nat(han Irving) born 1925, U.S. writer and critic.
plural noun, Slang. 1. illegible or barely legible handwriting. noun phrase (Variations: chicken may replace hen; scratches or scratchings may replace tracks) Illegible handwriting; scrawl (1907+)