ens

ens

[enz, ens]
noun, plural entia [en-shee-uh, -tee-uh] . Metaphysics.
an existing or real thing; an entity.

Origin:
< Latin ēns, present participle of esse to be

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Ens.

en

[en]
noun
1.
the letter N, n.
2.
Also called nut. Printing. half of the width of an em.
adjective
3.
Printing. having the area of an en quad or the length of an en: en quad; en dash.

Origin:
1785–95

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en (ɛn)
 
n
printing See also ennage Also called: nut a unit of measurement, half the width of an em

EN
 
abbreviation for
1.  enrolled nurse
2.  English Nature

ens (ɛnz)
 
n , pl entia
1.  being or existence in the most general abstract sense
2.  a real thing, esp as opposed to an attribute; entity
 
[C16: from Late Latin, literally: being, from Latin esse to be]

Ens.
 
abbreviation for
Ensign

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ENS definition

body
See Ecole Normale Superieure

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Abbreviations & Acronyms
en
English
EN
  1. end node

  2. endocardium

ENS
  1. ensign

  2. ethylnorepinephrine

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