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See also: hënë and hene-

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Irish fadéin, féin.

AdjectiveEdit

hene

  1. self
    ee heneherself, itself
    eh henehimself, itself
  2. own
    Bee dty aght hene ayd!Have it your own way!
    Varr eh eh hene.He died by his own hand.
  3. "
    E vooinjer hene.His own flesh and blood.

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EtymologyEdit

From Old English hēan, from Proto-Germanic *hauniz.

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AdjectiveEdit

hene

  1. needful, wretched, low
  2. despicable, wrong, malicious

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TagalogEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Spanish gen.

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NounEdit

hene

  1. (biology) gene
    • 2000, Sentro ng Wikang Filipino, Unibersidad ng Pilipinas, Los Baños, “Q&A: Mga Tanong at Sagot tungkol sa mga Genetically Modified na Pananim”, in Pocket K[1], number 1:
      Ang mga hene na may komersyal na potensyal ay inililipat mula sa isang organismo patungo sa isang organismo.
      The genes with commercial potential are transferred from one organism to another organism.
    • 2004, Raymond Charles Anicete, Sikolohiyang panlipunan at kalinangan: panimulang pagbabalangkas ng isang larangan[2], page 56:
      Naniniwala ang mga sikolohista sa ideya na ang mga hene ay may kinalaman sa ating pagkilos sa lipunan, ngunit mariin nilang kinukwestyon ang mga batayang palagay ng ganitong pananaw.
      Psychologists believe in the idea that genes are involved in our actions in society, but they also strongly question the basic assumptions of this perspective.

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