Adjective (used with object) 1. The act of thinking, being, or behaving as one would if they were a Derr Herr. 2. To emit or come up with new words to describe a new situation or person.
Origin of Derr Herr: Thought to have originated in Middle English to describe a Herder (one who herds cattle or sheep), more recently found to have come directly out of Haven-ology. Haven-ology is a new form of language that uses syllables with vowels and consonants to create new words to describe a before unknown situation or person. Haven-ologists (one speaks or understands Haven-ology) are few, and most are considered to be a Derr Herr themselves.
Ugh! You're such a durr hurr.