HEG may refer to:
- Hans Christian Heg (1829–1863), Norwegian-American politician and soldier
- Helong language, spoken in Indonesia
- Herlong Recreational Airport, serving Jacksonville, Florida, United States
- Homing endonuclease genes
- Homogeneous electron gas
- Hydro-erosive grinding
- Hyperemesis gravidarum, a complication of pregnancy
- Mount Heg, in Antarctica
Usage examples of "heg".
My ears tell me that Heg, Rogo of the Ibbits, has arrived with his savage riders, and ten thousand zandars for which I have offered to forego the pleasure of taming that little she-marmelot, the daughter of Ad of Tyrhana.
With his hood of zandar thrown back and his great cloak of the same material caught at his shoulders, Heg, Rogo of the Ibbits, was a most remarkable sight.
Narine sketched for him the story of her adventures-the storm, her capture by the Huitsenni, her sale to Heg and rescue by Kantar, and their escape with the aid of San Thoy.
By this time Heg, Rogo of the Ibbits and his warriors, were half-way to the city gate.
Swiftly, Narine sketched for him the story of her adventures-the storm, her capture by the Huitsenni, her sale to Heg and rescue by Kantar, and their escape with the aid of San Thoy.
So neither Ritter nor Heger could have ridden in whooping like a Texas badman while shooting at street lamps.