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Definition of Chen

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family name
Chen Definition from Language, Idioms & Slang Dictionaries & Glossaries
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 yang chen ning 
WordNet 2.0

Noun
1. wild goose having white adult plumage
(synonym) subgenus Chen
(hypernym) bird genus
(member-holonym) Anser, genus Anser
(member-meronym) blue goose, Chen caerulescens
Chen Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
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Chen may refer to:

Chinese
  • Chen (surname) (陳/陈), one of the most common Chinese surnames
  • Chen (state) during the Zhou Dynasty, which is now part of present-day Anhui and Henan
  • Chen Dynasty, one of the Southern Dynasties of China
  • Chen-style t'ai chi ch'uan, the well known Chinese martial art created by the Chen family
  • Chen (genus), a genus of geese which is sometimes included in Anser
  • Chen's notation, a graphical entity-relationship model devised by Peter Chen
  • Chen, a character from the Touhou Project video game series
  • Chen (singer), a member of the Chinese-South Korean boy band EXO
  • Chen, acronym in Hebrew for the Women's Army Corp, a defunct organization in the Israeli Defence Force
  • Chen, a brand name used by Mexican frozen food distributor Sigma Alimentos

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Chen Definition from Entertainment & Music Dictionaries & Glossaries
Klingon - English
v. build up, take form

Comment :
used in math where the subject is the result of the formula statement (typically using some form of the verb boq). The chen statement follows the boq statement with a semicolon dividing them in Okrand's notation.
Chen Definition from Religion & Spirituality Dictionaries & Glossaries
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Chen (Chinese) Taoist term for reality; according to Chuang: "Chen is the highest degree of vitality or spirituality; the man who does not possess such spirituality cannot possibly stir or propel others" (bk 10, ch 31). Again, "if one cultivates the Tao in himself, his virtue (teh) will become chen (reality)" (Tao teh ching, sec 54).