- Mr.; Sir: a German title of respect
- a man; gentleman
Origin of HerrGer; origin, originally comparative of hehr, noble, venerable, akin to Old English har, hoar
nounpl. Her·ren Abbr. Hr.
Used as a courtesy title in a German-speaking area, prefixed to the surname or professional title of a man.
Origin of HerrGerman, from Middle High German hērre, from Old High German hērro, lord, master, alteration of hēriro, older, more venerable, comparative of hēr, proud, holy, splendid, noble.