She greeted him saying, “Herr Dr. Heim, what are you doing here?”
The email was sent from a private PC that did not belong to Herr Wannabe.
Herr Doktor, of course, is the notorious Josef Mengele of Auschwitz, on the run from justice.
Up until now, history has not been kind to Herr Doktor Sadger.
The written word has no greater champion than Herr Besofsky from Galicia.
That's a pity, for you could have chatted with Herr Ignaz in it.
Herr Gluck rose and shook his plump fist in Uncle Denny's face.
The two men consulted for a moment and then Herr Windt's voice was heard.
“Not if Herr Groben succeeds in carrying out his intention,” she answered.
Herr Seelenfromm, assistant to the apothecary Pflaum, had taught her.
German equivalent of Mr., 1650s, originally "nobler, superior," from Middle High German herre, from Old High German herro, comparative of her "noble, worthy, exalted," from PIE *kei-, a color adjective, in suffixed form *koi-ro- here meaning "gray, hoary," hence "gray-haired, venerable." Cognate with Old Frisian hera, Dutch heer; perhaps in this usage a loan-translation of Latin senior. Hence also Herrenvolk "master race," in Nazi ideology, the concept of the German people.