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What does the acronym Her stand for?
HER abbreviation definitions:
Thine, U.S., Yours, Whom, thou, Hers, Ours, Them, Y'all, theirs, They, MOI.
His, me, She, Him, Ye.
alter, subsequently, During, skirt, come, thus, fall, fitting, so, take, female, Him, mine, SHES, thence, away, hence, valid, coke, formal, From, fair, individual, therewith, Unto, underskirt, agreeable, federal, gain, city, thou, laterally, ego, Oneself, near, modest, fetch, thereof, jinx, yours truly, legitimate, broadside on, MOI, national, gold dust, right, Them, whereby, me, alongside, inner self, better self, buy, make, U, Upon, side by side, lady, swearword, earn, gadfly, government, Beside, expletive, nose candy, thereupon, girl, petticoat, then, Yours, abreast, catch, herring, public, Toward, alter ego, Thine, They, acquire, His, thereby, curse, due, womanhood, Into, possessive adjective, furthermore, county, arrive at, suitable, theirs, feller, superego, attain, find, aside, that woman, per, subliminal self, capture, on, receive, i, Herself, wife, decent, leeward, gent, You, honest, right and left, Against, Ours, peculiar, pronoun, dame, Yourself, neat, Himself, thusly, alterum, number one, beget, Onto, Hers, Ourselves, whore, sidelong, apt, moral, get, sideways, obtain, It, achieve, Of, Its, proper, go to, therefore, good, become, hereby, that lady, he, generate, cuss, state, on one side, Itself, Myself, oath, consequently, inner man, hex, self, windward, Themselves, Yourselves, She, execration, therefrom, woman, green gold, decorous, accordingly, exact, have.
Examples of usage:
– Traditions of the Tinguian: A Study in Philippine Folk-Lore by Fay-Cooper Cole
– Kildares of Storm by Eleanor Mercein Kelly
– Four Phases of Love by Paul Heyse
– Dreamers of the Ghetto by I. Zangwill
– The White Sister by F. Marion Crawford