Definition of Henges

1. Noun. (plural of henge) ¹



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Definition of Henges

1. henge [n] - See also: henge

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Henges

heneicosane
heneicosanoic
heneicosanoic acid
heneicosanoyl
henen
henequen
henequens
henequin
henequins
heneuite
henfest
henfests
henfish
heng
henge
henges (current term)
henhearted
henhouse
henhouses
henhussy
heniquen
heniquens
heniquin
heniquins
henless
henley
henleys
henlike
henmilite

Literary usage of Henges

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1. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fritz-Gilbert Waters (1865)
"Send rar brass and Locks and henges for six ... six dos" pr of buts for henges of tables; ten thous* of gun flints, six halfe bbâ„¢ of Choice pistol powder; ..."

2. The English Chronicle Play: A Study in the Popular Historical Literature by Felix Emmanuel Schelling (1902)
"... king of Kent at the time of the landing of Hengist at Ebbs- fleet.1 In June, 1597, there is entry of a play which Henslowe calls " henges," ie, Hengist? ..."

3. The Furniture of Our Forefathers by Esther Singleton, Russell Sturgis (1913)
"Send me brass and Locks and henges for six ... six dosn pr of buts for henges of tables ... a Dos" of Choice Chist locks that cannot be pickt; ..."

4. The Norman People and Their Existing Descendants in the British Dominions (1874)
"Danks, probably from henges, or Hangest, near Amiens. The name De henges occurs c. 1272 in England (RH). Hanks is also probably a corruption of it. ..."

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