ese is defined by the lexicographers at Oxford Dictionaries as (in Spanish-speaking regions) used as a form of address for a man. Pido a los servicios técnicos que acudan para resolver ese … DICTIONARY ; THESAURUS ; GRAMMAR . A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena). Eligió ese, el que está más cerca. So is the case with the French and the Socialists who were their cheerleaders. Ese es el caso de los franceses y de los socialistas que fueron sus abanderados. Ese is the Spanish name for letter S, which is how the gang members referred to each other. As a term of address , this term was popularized in Spanish-speaking regions of the United States. GRAMMAR A-Z ; SPELLING ; PUNCTUATION ; WRITING TIPS ; USAGE ; EXPLORE . What does ese mean? WORD … Ese is recorded in English for a “fellow Hispanic man” in the 1960s. It became more a general term of address by the 1980s, though ese remains closely associated (and even stereotyped) with Chicano culture in the US. EXPLORE . Or so the story goes. WORD ORIGINS ; LANGUAGE QUESTIONS ; WORD LISTS; SPANISH; More. Ese is also the singular masculine form of the Spanish demonstrative pronoun meaning this, as well as a letter in the Spanish alphabet. She chose that one, the nearest one.