noun, plural Hans, (especially collectively) Han for 1.
Origin of Han2
Examples from the Web for han
But the true forgery—like the work of Han van Meegeren, the Dutch World War 2-era forger of Vermeer—is actually very rare.Are Over Half the Works on the Art Market Really Fakes?|Tom Sykes|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And Pratt is at once macho, charming, and droll; a Han Solo for the Facebook generation.The Next Han Solo: Chris Pratt on His Star-Making Turn in ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’|Marlow Stern|July 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Consider the work of Han van Meegeren, one of the foremost forgers of the 1930s and '40s.
And the most popular blogger in China is Han Han, known for his cynical attitude toward Chinese politics and society.China’s Glamorous First Lady Peng Liyuan Saving the Communist Party With Song|Eveline Chao|March 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The picture appears to show Abbasi just feet away from Han—much closer than anyone else in the station, or at least the frame.Peers Rip New York Post Snuff Cover, But Not The Photog Who Shot It|Caitlin Dickson|December 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
"That's a han'some rig," was all he said, as he sank to his chair and laid a letter on the oilcloth-covered table.The Heritage of the Hills|Arthur P. Hankins
Well, I'll go out and look round for Asa Chick and his han'cart, and we'll make for the wharf as quick as we can.Betty Leicester|Sarah Orne Jewett
With him the dynasty of the Tsins passed away and that of the Han monarchs succeeded.Historic Tales, Vol. 12 (of 15)|Charles Morris
Near the Atlantic seaboard, the most common substantival components of river names are -tuk and -hanne, -han, or -huan.The Composition of Indian Geographical Names|J. Hammond Trumbull
Han, shut the dure an' drive thim bloody curs off the piazzy.The Desert and The Sown|Mary Hallock Foote
Chinese dynasty, 206 B.C.E.-220 C.E., its rule marked by prosperity, military success, and the introduction of Buddhism.