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Etymology 1Edit

From Hermes.

NounEdit

herm (plural herms)

  1. A rectangular pillar bearing a bust of Hermes, once used as a boundary marker and later as decoration.[1]
SynonymsEdit
  • (rectangular pillar): herma
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Etymology 2Edit

From hermaphrodite, from Hermaphroditus, originally a male Aphrodite (Aphroditus) and represented as a hermaphrodite.[2]

AbbreviationEdit

herm.

  1. Abbreviation of hermaphrodite.

NounEdit

herm (plural herms)

  1. (sometimes derogatory) A hermaphrodite.
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