herma

[ hur-muh ]
/ ˈhɜr mə /

noun, plural her·mae [hur-mee], /ˈhɜr mi/, her·mai [hur-mahy]. /ˈhɜr maɪ/.

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her·mae·an [her-mee-uhn], /hərˈmi ən/, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for herma

  • When you come to this spring, bring me some herma and perfumes.