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See also: Hèrme


Alternative forms[edit]

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Possibly from either Old Norse armr (arm), due to the shape of the island, or Old French eremite (hermit), because of the island's history as a centre of monastic activity.

Proper noun[edit]

Ĥerme f

  1. (France) Herm