Yes, there are two different forms of the verb in Norwegian as well, but it's a different divide:
- Transitive version: å henge - henger - hengte - har hengt
- Intransitive version: å henge - henger - hang - har hengt
A transitive verb is a verb that takes an object, while an intransitive verb never takes an object. In the sentence up top, the transitive version is used, as there's an object present ("ham").