Onomatopoeic term for 'ñ', the 17th letter of the Spanish alphabet. It is pronounced as in the 'gn' in Cognac and also as in the 'ni' in onion. It can be reproduced in the common PC keyboard by pressing ALT and 165 on the num locks for the upper case letter and ALT 164 for the lower case letter.
Did you know that an eñe is just the letter n with a silly line on top?
It's called a tilde, you ñoño
Is the letter N in Spanish.
Usually used in referring to another northerner.
Whuddup eNe? Phuck dem scrapz homey.
$panish 4 "N".
U$ed by Norteno$. (Northerner$)
A way of $aying homeboy or friend.
Norteno 1: What'$ up ene?
Norteno 2: Nada. ju$t chillin, $crap killin.
A cardinal point of the compass, 045 degrees.
Look in the mirror, your right eye is ENE of your nostrils.
some buff guy that goes to
ene is the shit
A Mexican-Samoan super human inbred
ene is the coolest
a samoan and mexican in breed
my friend is an ene