- a bronze coin and monetary unit of Western Samoa, the 100th part of a tala.
Origin of sene
Examples from the Web for sene
Historical Examples of sene
The like also was sene not yet fortie yeares agone about Grantham.Chronicles (1 of 6): The Description of Britaine
For if he had holden hys pease, we had sene all the relyques, yet we metely well pleasyd mayster Sextê, with gyuynge hym .
Therfore bycause you shuld nat say thys were a lye, in case you here any thynge, whiche you haue not sene prouyd.
And likewise founde suche couerte of wooddes, that they myghte come nere vnto the Towne, and not to be sene.
And one of the things that was to be sene in those fayres, was the earthen vessell, which was exceding curious and fine.