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A hermaphrodite Has both male and female reproductive organs. It can also be an insult. (A HERM IS DIFFERENT THAN A HE-SHE/SHEMALE!)
Example: "Look at Troy over there. He's a freakin herm"
by Mitchrev21 June 16, 2009
 
1.
one who has both male and female sex organs
that it is a herm
by Jay May 10, 2003
 
2.
a person who is a hermaphrodite
*teacher giving lecture* HERM!
by raquel December 06, 2003
 
3.
can mean anything you want. it is a verb (herming), adjective (herm, hermy), noun (herm, hermer). can be used to describe anything in any way. it can be either positive or negative.
"Stop herming!"
"You're being really herm."
by thehermer January 05, 2010
 
4.
noun-
herm

An insult, meaning hermaphrodite and a hermit or passive aggressive and a loser.
The hermaphrodite aspect is that this person is a pussy and a dick, or passive (pussy) and aggressive (dick). The hermit aspect is that this person never leaves their home (loser). Take the first syllable of these two words and you are left with the word herm. Herms can usually be identified by the slump in their shoulders, crust on their faces, and incredibly poor social skills. Herms are the kinds of people that will have your car towed instead of telling you that you're parking in their spot, or they will sue your for harassment before telling you that they don't like your being friendly.

verb-
herm, herming, hermed (past tense)

To actively be a herm. For example, the point in which said herm (noun) decides to file a noise compliant instead of talking things out one on one, is the point he is herming (verb) or has just hermed (past tense) upon someone. Herming can usually be identified when one chooses to take drastic measures over the simple solution.
"The guy down stairs is such a herm. Why did he call the police and say we were raising can and having a party when we were simply watching television? Even the police man was confused!"

"I have a distinct feeling that the guy downstairs is gonna be herming this weekend. He hermed and filed a noise complaint yesterday when we were just talking in the kitchen!"
by FluteletteColbyTrojan September 26, 2012
 
5.
Spanish for “Bro”. “Bro” is short for “Brother” and in Spanish, “Brother” translates to “Hermano”. Shortened “Hermano” is “Herm”, with the “H” being silent. Used unterchangeably with "Bro".
“What’s up, Herm?”

“Herm!”
by JessieBSmooth August 27, 2011
 
6.
Comments generally made by oversized ladies
Come on, shut up, arh right. Pass the cream doughnuts "Herm"
by The Wankpiece March 17, 2006
 
7.
A standard unit of volume measurement equal to one cubic mouthful. Generally used in reference to female breast size.
Damn! That chick's a four-hermer!
by Xandor June 12, 2003