The name that the band HIM had to go under when releasing the album Razorblade Romance in the USA, as there was already a band of that name there. However they reached a settlement and HIM are now legally allowed to go under that name in the USA. Often associated with obsessive fan and Jackass/MTV star Bam Margera
"Hey man, HER are amazing aren't they?"
"I think you mean HIM, they can be called that here now"
"Thats good."
by Jonny December 31, 2004
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Hip-hop in its essence and realness...



"And just cool out, cool out and listen to H.E.R." -Common
by st3nc September 20, 2007
THE girl. The one you will never get, get back, or ever forget.
The girl that you will stay up all night for just so she doesn't haunt your dreams. The girl you will always remember.
I still see her in my dreams.
by B.A. Nance December 02, 2008
Term expressing disapproval of a family member or friend's significant other. Popularized by the TV show "Arrested Development."
Dan: So, I'm going out with Jess now.
Me: Her?

George Michael: We can double-date. You and Sally, and me and Ann.
Michael: Who?
George Michael: Ann.
Michael: Yes...Of course I know Ann. I didn't mean 'who,' I meant...her?
by CDeck December 16, 2005
1. the woman, i.e. your master
2. the mistress, i.e. the unspeakable
3. your wife - a combination of the prior two
4. the love of your life - usage rare and very infrequent. usually they have beautiful names spoken breathily.
i have to go now, it's her on the phone.

i have to go to her place with a dozen long stemmed roses and a quart of ice cream.

by synaesthete November 09, 2003
When you hate a certain person, specifically a woman, you refer to them as a "Her" so nobody knows who you are talking about besides your friends.
OMG, I just saw Her drive by!
by Shalin September 25, 2006
Her or H.E.R. was a term used in the song by Common called 'I Use to Love H.E.R.(1994)' The term H.E.R. in the song refers to hip-hop or "Hearing Every Rhyme" or "Hip Hop in its Essence and Real."

The idea of her is an attempt to personify hip-hop and describing it in how she (hip-hop) changed from a once glorious respectable woman to someone looking to make a quick buck by any means. The idea was that it changed from a falling of conscious to people just doing it to make money and glorifying a 'thug' life.
Once the man got to her, he altered the native
Told her if she got an image and a gimmick

Then she could make some money, and did it like a dummy(...)
-I Use to Love H.E.R. - Common
by Ashengrad July 06, 2010
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