[her; English hair] /hɛr; English hɛər/
noun, plural Herren
[her-uh n; English hair-uh n] /ˈhɛr ən; English ˈhɛər ən/ (Show IPA)
the conventional German title of respect and term of address for a man, corresponding to Mr. or in direct address to sir.
noun (pl) Herren (ˈhɛrən)
a German man: used before a name as a title equivalent to Mr
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.
[er-maw-see-yaw] /ˌɛr mɔˈsi yɔ/ noun 1. a city in and the capital of Sonora, in NW Mexico. [suh-nawr-uh, -nohr-uh; Spanish saw-naw-rah] /səˈnɔr ə, -ˈnoʊr ə; Spanish sɔˈnɔ rɑ/ noun 1. a state in NW Mexico. 70,484 sq. mi. (182,555 sq. km). Capital: Hermosillo. /Spanish ɛrmoˈsiʎo/ noun 1. a city in NW Mexico, capital of Sonora […]
[her-moh-suh] /hərˈmoʊ sə/ noun 1. a city in SW California, near Los Angeles.
[hur-muh n] /ˈhɜr mən/ noun 1. Mount, a mountain in SW Syria, in the Anti-Lebanon range. 9232 feet (2814 meters). /ˈhɜːmən/ noun 1. Mount, a mountain on the border between Lebanon and SW Syria, in the Anti-Lebanon Range: represented the NE limits of Israeli conquests under Moses and Joshua. Height: 2814 m (9232 ft) a […]
Mercury-born, at one time Paul’s fellow-labourer in Asia Minor, who, however, afterwards abandoned him, along with one Phygellus, probably on account of the perils by which they were beset (2 Tim. 1:15).