A rectangular, often tapering stone post bearing a carved head or bust, usually of Hermes, used as a boundary marker in ancient Greece and for decorative purposes in later periods.(noun)
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Use "herm" in a sentence
"But then I stepped back, saw the name 'herm' and suddenly it wasn't so unbelievable."
"Like your associate lefty herm who appears to speak for all lefties together with we woke, eh?"
"#85 | Posted by herm during 2009-11-25 02: 38 PM |"