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- n. Plural form of hern.
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Aedituus indeed told us that they fed on nothing but fish, like the herns and cormorants of the world, and that they were a fifth kind of cucullati newly stamped.
One of the party shot a white hern, which agreed exactly with Mr Pennant's description, in his British Zoology, of the white herns that either now are, or were formerly, in England.
Fines are to be le - vied for treffpafles com - mitted by petted herns, petted fowls, petted deer, petted wolves, petted hawks, and pet - ted foxes (b).
zed-eff-ess for all you herns is the last filesystem in the alphabet.