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Henk is Dutch male first name which originated as a short form of Hendrik but developed into a name in its own right. It influenced "Hank" which is used in English-speaking countries (mainly in the US) as a form of "Henry". It may refer to:
- Henk Angenent (born 1967), Dutch speed skater, specialising in marathon skating and the longer distances
- Henk Baars (born 1960), former professional Dutch cyclo-cross cyclist
- Henk Badings (1907–1987), Dutch composer
- Henk Barendregt (born 1947), Dutch logician, known for his work in lambda calculus and type theory
- Henk Beernink (1910–1979), Dutch politician
- Henk Bleker (born 1953), Dutch politician of the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA)
- Henk Blezer (born 1961), Dutch Tibetologist, Indologist, and scholar of Buddhist studies
- Henk Bos (1901–1979), Dutch painter
- Henk Bosveld (1941–1998), football (soccer) midfielder from the Netherlands
- Henk Bouwman (1926–1995), Dutch field hockey player, member of the team that won the 1948 Olympic bronze medal
- Henk Bremmer (1871–1956), Dutch painter, art critic, art teacher, collector and art dealer
- Henk Bruna (born 1916), Dutch publisher and director of the stationery and bookstore chain Bruna
- Henk Buck (born 1930), organic chemist
- Henk de Best (1905–1978), Dutch boxer who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics
- Henk de Looper (1912–2006), Dutch field hockey player who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics
- Henk de Velde (born 1949), Dutch seafarer
- Henk Dorgelo (1894–1961), Dutch physicist and academic
- Henk Duut (born 1964), retired Dutch footballer who was active as a defender
- Henk Elzerman (born 1958), former freestyle swimmer from the Netherlands
- Henk Faanhof (born 1922), Dutch professional road bicycle racer
- Henk Feldmeijer (1910–1945), Dutch National Socialist politician and a member of the NSB
- Henk Fräser (born 1966), former football defender from The Netherlands
- Henk G. Sol (born 1951),) is a Dutch organizational theorist and Professor of Business Engineering and ICT at Groningen University
- Henk Grol (born 1985), Dutch judoka
- Henk Groot (born 1938), retired Dutch footballer who was active as a striker
- Henk Hermsen (born 1937), former water polo player from The Netherlands
- Henk Hille (born 1959), Dutch former professional ice hockey player
- Henk Hoekstra (1924–2009), Dutch politician
- Henk Hofland (born 1927), Dutch journalist, commentator, essayist and columnist
- Henk Hofs (1951–2011), Dutch professional footballer
- Henk Hofstra (1904–1999), Dutch politician of the Social Democratic Workers' Party (SDAP) until the party became the Labour Party (PvdA)
- Henk Houwaart (born 1945), Dutch football manager and a former football player
- Henk Jaap Beentje (born 1951), Dutch botanist
- Henk Jan Ormel (born 1955), Dutch politician
- Henk Janssen (1890–1969), Dutch tug of war competitor, who competed in the 1920 Summer Olympics
- Henk Kamp (born 1952), Dutch politician of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD)
- Henk Koning (born 1933), Dutch former tax official and politician
- Henk Korthals (1911–1976), Dutch politician
- Henk Krol (born 1950), Dutch journalist, editor-in-chief of the gay magazine Gay Krant ("Gay News")
- Henk Kuijpers (born 1946), comics artist from Haarlem, the Netherlands who is most famous for his Franka series
- Henk Lauwers (born 1956), classical baritone singer (lyric baritone) from Ypres, Belgium
- Henk Lubberding (born 1953), former Dutch professional road bicycle racer
- Henk Meijer (born 1959), Dutch taekwondo coach and former Olympic taekwondo competitor
- Henk Mudge (born 1952), Namibian former politician
- Henk Nijdam (1935–2009), Dutch professional road bicycle racer
- Henk Nijhof (born 1952), Dutch politician and former educator
- Henk Norel (born 1987), Dutch forward-center who plays for DKV Joventut in the Spanish ACB League
- Henk Numan (born 1955), former judoka from the Netherlands, bronze Olympic medallist in 1980
- Henk Peeters (born 1925), Dutch artist
- Henk Pellikaan (1910–1999), Dutch football midfielder who played for Netherlands in the 1934 FIFA World Cup
- Henk Poort (born 1956), Dutch actor and singer, who mainly plays in operas and musicals
- Henk Poppe (born 1952), Dutch professional road bicycle racer
- Henk Rogers (born 1953), video game designer and entrepreneur
- Henk Rottinghuis (born 1956), businessman and candidate for the FEI Presidential Election
- Henk Schiffmacher (born 1952), Dutch tattoo artist, expert within the field of body decoration
- Henk Schouten (born 1932), retired Dutch footballer who was active as a midfielder
- Henk Sneevliet (1883–1942), Dutch Communist, who was active in both the Netherlands and the Dutch East-Indies
- Henk Starreveld (1914–2008), Dutch canoeist who competed in the 1936 Summer Olympics
- Henk Steeman (1894–1979), football (soccer) player from the Netherlands, who represented his home country at the 1920 Summer Olympics
- Henk Temmink (born 1952), Dutch chess player
- Henk ten Cate (born 1954), Dutch football manager and a former professional player
- Henk ten Hoeve (born 1946), Dutch politician
- Henk Terlingen (born 1941), Dutch radio and television presenter
- Henk Tijms (born 1944), Dutch professor of Operations Research at the VU University Amsterdam
- Henk Timmer (footballer) (born 1971), retired Dutch footballer who played as a goalkeeper
- Henk van Brussel (1936–2007), footballer and football manager from the Netherlands
- Henk van den Breemen (born 1941), retired Dutch military officer
- Henk van der Grift (born 1935), former speed skater
- Henk van der Kroon (born 1942), the founder and president of the Federation of European Carnival Cities (FECC)
- Henk van der Vorst (born 1944), Dutch mathematician and Emeritus Professor of Numerical Analysis at Utrecht University
- Henk van der Wal (1886–1982), Dutch athlete
- Henk van Dongen (1936–2011), Dutch organizational theorist and policy advisor
- Henk van Gerven (born 1955), Dutch politician and general practitioner
- Henk van Hoof (born 1947), retired Dutch politician of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD)
- Henk van Kessel (born 1946), former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer
- Henk van Spaandonck (1913–1982), Dutch football forward who played for the Netherlands in the 1938 FIFA World Cup
- Henk van Stee (born 1961), former football midfielder from the Netherlands
- Henk van Ulsen (1927–2009), Dutch actor
- Henk van Woerden (1947–2005), Dutch painter and writer with close ties to South Africa
- Henk Visser (politician) (born 1946), Dutch politician
- Henk Visser (long jumper) (born 1932), Dutch long jumper
- Henk Vogels (born 1973), Australian former professional road bicycle racer
- Henk Vonhoff (1931–2010), Dutch politician of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD)
- Henk Vos (born 1968), former football striker from the Netherlands
- Henk Vredeling (1924–2007), Dutch politician
- Henk Wery (born 1943), former Dutch footballer
- Henk Wesseling (born 1937)
- Henk Westbroek (born 1952), Dutch radiohost, singer, songwriter, owner of a cafe named Stairway to Heaven in Utrecht
- Henk Wijngaard (born 1946), Dutch country singer
- Henk Wisman (born 1957), Dutch football manager, coach of the Armenia national football team for around a year
- Henk Zeevalking (1922–2005), Dutch politician
- Henk-Jan Held (born 1967), volleyball player from the Netherlands
- Henk-Jan Zwolle (born 1964), former rower from the Netherlands and twice Olympic medallist
- Dan Henk (born 1972), American artist and writer, noted for his work in tattooing and painting
- Hendrikus V. "Henk" Zomers, Indonesian football forward
- Henk and Ingrid, fictitious Dutch couple often mentioned in speeches by Geert Wilders as the people he claims to represent
- Henk Sneevlietweg metro station, railway station in the capital of the Netherlands, Amsterdam
- Ludwig von Henk (1820–1894), German naval officer
- Ome Henk ("Uncle Henk"), the main character of a Dutch CD, DVD and comic series of the same name
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