Herman is a Dutch and English given name. Its original meaning was "army man" (Arman) and derives from the Germanic elements "heri" meaning "army" combined with "man" meaning "man". It is cognate with German "Hermann".

Hermien is the female equivalent for Herman. "Army woman"
:"Sir, there's Hermien's approaching for the far east side"
(Noob reporting to his Major)

Aww she's such a hermien
*She's on a war path or she's 'n bitch
**In extreme circumstances it might mean she's so good to protect 'this'/'that'. She's a good mother.

(its determined by tone of voice, body language and situation)
by D@rkraider February 05, 2010

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