She

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She most commonly refers to:

  • She (pronoun), the third person singular, feminine, nominative case pronoun in modern English.

She or S.H.E. may also refer to:

Literature and films[edit]

Music[edit]

Artists[edit]

Albums[edit]

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Television[edit]

Acronyms and codes[edit]

Physics[edit]

  • SHE, Spin Hall effect, a transport phenomenon in a sample carrying electric current

Chemistry[edit]

Other[edit]

China[edit]

  • She, a length unit equivalent to 30 Li

Places[edit]

People[edit]

  • She people, an ethnic group
    • Shehua, also known as "She dialect", a Sinitic language spoken by most She people
    • She language, a Hmong–Mien language spoken by a handful of She populations in coastal Guangdong
  • She (surname), a family name
  • She (Qi) (died 613 BC), ruler of ancient state of Qi
  • Empress She (died 397), empress of the Later Qin dynasty
  • Duke of Ye (c. 529 BCE – after 478 BCE), or Duke of She, general and Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Chu

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