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?”
Radio pulled out some herm choreography onstage last night that would've made JD proud.
Comments generally made by oversized ladies
Come on, shut up, arh right. Pass the cream doughnuts "Herm"
Herm, one who never leaves there house, Also known as a Hermit. Can be use as a noun (Ex 1), or verb (Ex. 2)
Ex 1. Beanz: Where is that Herm at
Ex 2. Ryan: At his house Herming what do you think?
Beanz: that makes sense...
Phallic symbol, associated with Hermes.'
Used as road markers in Ancient Greece.
Travelling along the ancient greek roads, we came up, spaced at specific intervals down the road, stone markers, having the head of Hermes, and a narrowing square pedastal base that had a raised phallic symbol about halfway down. They are called "herms" by the local populace.
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"
" aggggghhhh!!!!! HEEEEEEEERRRRRRMMMM!!!!!!
you can't beat me