[hurn, hur-uh n]
Origin of hern2
Middle English hiren; by association with my, mine, thy, thine, etc.
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Examples from the Web for hern
Dr. Hern has had people shoot through his office door and threaten the life of his very elderly mother.‘After Tiller’ Profiles Last Four U.S. Doctors Who Do Late-Term Abortions
July 5, 2013
I know it was hern, fer I seen her bring it in, an' I went straight an' ondone it.Chip, of the Flying U
B. M. Bower
There are extant also, drawings of these letters preserved by Hern.Mysticism and its Results
"I done it like hern," she began, and stopped suddenly to look up at him.Lodusky
Frances Hodgson Burnett
Would your friend the Count von Hern be likely to be concerned in it?
He was visited more than once by Marsine, introduced by the Count von Hern.
- an archaic or dialect word for heron