The female of the domestic fowl; also, the female of grouse, pheasants, or any kind of birds; as, the heath hen; the gray hen.
Adult female chicken.
A female bird. The proper name for a female chicken.
A female lobster.
adult female bird
flesh of an older chicken suitable for stewing
female of certain aquatic animals e.g. octopus or lobster
a grown female or mother chicken that lays eggs.
Female bird of any species. (See COCK)
Term sometimes used to denote the female of any bird species, but it is mostly used in Great Britain. Here in North America, it typically is reserved for female gallinaceous birds, such as grouse, quail, turkey, pheasant, and especially, the domestic chicken. It is the opposite of "cock."
A female chicken more than one year old
The female of all classes of poultry, except goose, whose age can vary considerably depending on the class of poultry. A hen turkey can be over the age of 7 days raised for meat or breeding purposes, while a chicken hen is of egg laying age, usually over 20 weeks old, and raised for egg production purposes.
A female chicken (sometimes applied to other species) over 1 year of age.
a term that is used to identify a female fish.
A female after her first laying period, roughly a year and a half old.
A female chicken over one year or age.
A female chicken, greater than 1 year old.
A female chicken more than a year old. These are the ones that lay the eggs.
A mature female chicken.
A black hen signifies sad news. A white hen signifies glad news. A brown one promises money luck. A laying hen indicates prosperity. Killing a hen forecast ups and downs. Plucking a hen warns of an unexpected demand on your finances.
The Hen Egg is a jewelled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl FabergÃ© in 1885, for the then Tsar of Russia, Alexander III.