- a money of account of Japan, the 100th part of a yen, now used only in certain quotations, as on foreign exchange.
Origin of sen1
- a money of account of Cambodia, the 100th part of a riel.
Origin of sen2
- cent(def 2).
- an aluminum coin and monetary unit of Indonesia, the 100th part of a rupiah.
- a bronze, cupronickel, or copper-clad coin and monetary unit of Malaysia, the 100th part of a ringgit.
Origin of sen3
Examples from the Web for sen
Historical Examples of sen
Ye'll see and sen' a message to the vricht (carpenter) the day?
We'll sen' them to the hospital, and that'll ease yer min', Mirran!
Then he wanted to know if Yeh sen noh wehs was a real Indian.Stories the Iroquois Tell Their Children
You sen' 'em from Greenwood, dey gwine die ob homesickness!'The Long Roll
Sen, the Chinaman, who professed to speak nothing but Chinese—ah!The Yellow Claw
- a monetary unit of Brunei, worth one hundredth of a dollar, Cambodia, worth one hundredth of a riel, Indonesia, worth one hundredth of a rupiah, Malaysia, worth one hundredth of a ringgit, and formerly of Japan (where it is still used as a unit of account)
Word Origin for sen
- (formerly) State Enrolled Nurse