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Ren or REN may also refer to:
- Orenburg Tsentralny Airport, IATA code REN, civil airport in Russia
- Redes Energéticas Nacionais (REN), Portuguese company
- Renanthera, abbreviated as Ren, orchid genus
- Ringer equivalence number (REN), a number which denotes the loading effect of a telephone ringer on a telephone line
- Ren County, in Hebei, China
- Ren, Iran, a village in Kerman Province, Iran
- Ren, Rajasthan, a village in Merta Tehsil of Nagaur district, Rajasthan
- Ren (Tsukihime), a character from the game Kagetsu Tohya and Melty Blood: Re-ACT
- Ren, son of Primus, main protagonist of the animated series The Pirates of Dark Water
- Ren Akiyama of Kamen Rider
- Ren Gottlieb, a character from the Australian soap Neighbours
- Ren Höek, a fictional Chihuahua from the hit animated series The Ren & Stimpy Show
- Ren Honjo, a character from the manga, anime, and film NANA
- Ren Mihashi, main character from the manga, anime and game from Big Windup!
- Ren Jinguuji, a character from the anime, game and manga from Uta no Prince-sama
- Ren a character from the (yaoi)game and (not yaoi)anime "DRAMAtical Murder"
- Ren Kosaka, main character from the 2008 Japanese tokusatsu television series, Engine Sentai Go-onger
- Ren Maka, a character from the anime Chibi Vampire
- Ren McCormack, the main character from the film Footloose
- Ren Ren Ren Nagusaran Renshia Rurunnren Nakora, heroine of DearS
- Ren Sohma, the mother of Akito Sohma in the manga Fruits Basket
- Ren Stevens, a character from Even Stevens
- Ren Tsuruga, character in the manga Skip Beat
- Tao Ren (Len Tao), a character in Shaman King
- Wuying Ren, a character from Shenmue II
- Kylo Ren, a character from "Star Wars Episode Seven: The Force Awakens"
- Ren, in anatomy, a kidney
- Ren (command), a shell command
- REN (TV channel), a TV channel in Russia
- Ren - meaning to connect or link in Japanese culture - see also renga / renku
- Ren - meaning lotus
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