Zhe can refer to:
- Zhe (Cyrillic), a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet
- Zhe, a proposed gender-neutral pronoun (with: zhim, zhers, zhimself)
- Zhé, an archaic Chinese character
- Maclura tricuspidata (or zhè), a tree native to East Asia
- Že, a letter of the Perso-Arabic alphabet
- Zhejiang, a province of China
- Qiantang River, the river after which Zhejiang Province was named
- Zhe school (guqin), a school of musicians for the guqin
- Zhe school (painting), painters of Southern School, which thrived during Ming dynasty of China
- Viceroy of Min-Zhe, title of government official of China
- Su Zhe (1039-1112), a politician and essayist from Meishan, China
- Zou Zhe (1636-c.1708), noted Chinese painter during Qing Dynasty
- Jiao Zhe, a Chinese footballer
- Feng Zhe (1987- ), a male Chinese gymnast
- Chen Zhe (1993- ), a professional snooker player from Shanxi, China
- Li Zhe (disambiguation), various people
- Song Zhe, a diplomat, ambassador of the People's Republic of China
Zhe (Ж ж; italics: Ж ж) is a letter of the Cyrillic script.
It commonly represents the voiced palato-alveolar sibilant (listen), or the somewhat similar voiced retroflex sibilant (listen) in Russian and in other languages, like the pronunciation of in "treasure".
Zhe is romanized as or .
Usage examples of "zhe".
He was muttering dissatisfiedly to himself in Chinese, then looked up at the Dopey and snarled, "Wo zen mo nen chi zhe zhong dong xi!
He was muttering dissatisfiedly to himself in Chinese, then looked up at the Dopey and snarled, “Wo zen mo nen chi zhe zhong dong xi!