noun \ˈhərm\

Definition of HERM

:  a statue in the form of a square stone pillar surmounted by a bust or head especially of Hermes

Origin of HERM

Latin hermes, from Greek hermēs statue of Hermes, herm, from Hermēs
First Known Use: circa 1580

Rhymes with HERM


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