hoen

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See also: -hön

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From Middle Dutch hoen, from Old Dutch *huon, from Proto-Germanic *hōną. Cognate with German Huhn, Low German Hohn.

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hoen n (plural hoenders or hoenderen or hoenen, diminutive hoentje n)

  1. (zoology) A fowl, a gallinaceous bird
  2. the domestic chicken, genus Gallus
  3. (hunting) the partridge

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hoen

  1. First-person singular indicative present form of hokea.

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hoen

  1. aspirate mutation of oen (lamb)