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He is the third-person singular masculine nominative case pronoun in Modern English.
HE, H.E., He, 和, 合, 和合二仙, 贺江, 河, へ, or ヘ may also refer to:
- He (kana), the romanization of the Japanese kana へ and ヘ
- He (letter), the fifth letter of many Semitic alphabets
- Cyrillic letter Ge, called He in Ukrainian
- HE, the ISO 639-1 code for the Hebrew language
Film and music
- He (surname), Chinese surname, sometimes transcribed Hé or Ho; includes a list of notable individuals so named
- Zheng He (1371–1433), Chinese admiral
- Immortal Woman He, or He Xiangu, one of the Eight Immortals of Taoism
- He (和) and He (合), collectively known as 和合二仙 (He-He er xian, "Two immortals He"), two Taoist immortals known as the "Immortals of Harmony and Unity"
- HE, Higher Education
- HE, Heathrow Express
- HE, Herbert Engineering Co. Ltd., British car manufacturer, 1919–1931
- HE, Hurricane Electric
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