adv.

For this reason; therefore: handmade and hence expensive.
From this source: They grew up in the Sudan; hence their interest in Nubian art.
From this time; from now: A year hence it will be forgotten.

From this place; away from here: Get you hence!
From this life.
He had sex with her without using protection, hence she is pregnant.
by Anonymous January 4, 2005
"yo...hence my dance moves"
"'hence this picture!!!!!"
by ashoooooooooooooo February 21, 2010
1. A newly-discovered dark spirit, with a cone-shaped head and no feet. Extremely dangerous; do not summon.
Jeremy: "Maybe it was a Hence"
Ms. Brenda: "DON'T SAY THAT YOU MIGHT SUMMON ONE"
by Ms. Brenda Definitions January 30, 2018
When an individual attempts to sound smart by using two synonyms after each other.
'Hence why' does not equate to 'that's why'.
Hence Why ≠ That's Why

"... global warming is becoming an increasingly accepted theory; hence why we are seeing a rise in environmental groups... " - said by relatively intelligent people who have a loose grasp of grammar.

"I spent all day in the sun; hence why I've got a tan" - intellectually challenged, yet attempting to prove their IQ fits within the norm.
by SandAA October 14, 2012
A phrase meaning "So there you go.", "That's why this situation is the way it is.", "That's why this is there.", "That's why I did that.",etc.

Originally started at a High school in Arizona.
(Joe pulls out a sandwich)
Unknown Person "Joe, you're eating lunch?"
Ramesh: "Yeah, Hence the sandwich!"
Person One: (Looks at person two's cast on arm) You broke your arm?
Person Two: Yeah, hence the sandwich.
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(Person One throws their wedding ring at person two)
Person Two: We're getting a divorce??
Person One: Yeah, hence the sandwich.
by Nova314 June 7, 2005
The supernatural ability to know when a Ke$ha song/music video will be on the radio or tv.It is only bestowed upon the greatest.
Joe:"How did Angela get that job in accounting?"
Earl:"She must have impressed the boss with her Ke$hence..."
by siouxhky22 October 1, 2010
From an old play that focuses on the life of an Egyptian farmer.
"I will now show you the camel. This particular animal eats mud, shits bricks, and has a triangular arse-hole. Hence the pyramids."
by Devin September 1, 2004