Zenne
   See Senne.

Historical Dictionary of Brussels. .

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  • Zenne —   [ zɛnə] die, französische Senne [sɛn], Fluss in Mittelbelgien, 103 km lang, entspringt südöstlich von Soignies, durchfließt Halle und Brüssel, mündet nordwestlich von Mecheln in die Dijle. Die Zenne wird vom Brüssel Rupel Kanal begleitet …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Zenne — Infobox River river name = Zenne image size = caption = origin = mouth = basin countries = Belgium length = 103 km elevation = mouth elevation = discharge = watershed = The Zenne (Dutch) or Senne (French) is a small river that flows through… …   Wikipedia

  • zenne — is., esk., Far. zenāne 1) Kadın Zenne çorabı. 2) tiy. Orta oyununda veya Karagöz de kadın rolüne çıkan erkek oyuncu Atasözü, Deyim ve Birleşik Fiiller zenneye çıkmak …   Çağatay Osmanlı Sözlük

  • zenne — (F.) [ ﻪﻥز ] kadın rolünü üstlenen erkek sanatçı …   Osmanli Türkçesİ sözlüğü

  • ZENNE — Kadın kısmı. * Eskiden orta oyununda kadın rolü yapan erkek sanatkârlar hakkında kullanılan bir tâbirdi. Eskiden kadınlar, oyunda rol alamadıkları için erkekler kadın kıyâfetine girer ve oyunda kadın rolü yaparlardı …   Yeni Lügat Türkçe Sözlük

  • Zenne, die — * Die Zênne, plur. die n, ein nur in der Lausitz übliches Wort, die zähe Weide, oder Flechtweide zu bezeichnen, deren man sich zu den Körben bedienet. Es ist von dem Wendischen Sczina, welches wieder von czenu, dehnen, ziehen, abstammet, wovon… …   Grammatisch-kritisches Wörterbuch der Hochdeutschen Mundart

  • Zenne renne — Zẹnne rẹnne   [zu hebräisch Z̲ĕ ênä û rĕ ênä »kommt und schaut«, Hoheslied 3, 11], jiddisches Erbauungsbuch, das gegen Ende des 16. Jahrhunderts von Rabbi Jakob (Jaakov) ben Jizchak (Jsaak) Aschkenasi (* um 1550, ✝ 1628) unter ausgiebiger… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • De la Zenne — Recorded in many forms including De Senn, Senn, Senne, Senner, Zenne, de Zenne, de la Zenne, Zenner and Von Senner, this is a surname of Germanic origins. It is either occupational for the head man of a dairy farm or possibly a shepherd, or it… …   Surnames reference

  • Senne/Zenne — (river)    The Senne is the river on which Brussels was founded. The name derives from the Celtic Sonia. It was also called Sin in some early sources.    The Senne rises in the province of Hainault and flows through the city from southwest to… …   Historical Dictionary of Brussels

  • Senn — Recorded in many forms including De Senn, Senn, Senne, Senner, Zenne, de Zenne, de la Zenne, Zenner and Von Senner, this is a surname of Germanic origins. It is either occupational for the head man of a dairy farm or possibly a shepherd, or it… …   Surnames reference

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