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Correct spelling: Herne

Common misspellings for Herne:

Hernu, hherne, hern3e, her5ne, herned, herene, herne3, ierne, jherne, hernwe, hefne, hetrne, he3rne, hernne, hrerne, hjerne, hern e, He2ne, herbne, h4erne, herne4, hserne, hernse, hsrne, hernme, hernr, herfne, hernre, hernee, herhne, herjne, Hezne, her ne, h erne, hwerne, h4rne, hermne, nherne, hyerne, uerne, hefrne, hernw, hedrne, he4ne, ehrne, Hevne, herdne, Hgrne, hernje, he rne, hern4, hernew, hwrne, hgerne, hrne, he5rne, hern3, yherne, yerne, huerne, heerne, hesrne, hnerne, hdrne, h3erne, hderne, herrne, hernhe, hertne, Hesne, hern4e, uherne, he4rne, gherne, heene, hewrne, Hurne, hernbe, Hepne, her4ne, Hmrne, h3rne, hrrne, he5ne.

Herne \he(r)-ne\

Herne as a boy's name is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Herne is "heron". Probably refers to a place where herons were to be found.
Hearn, Herin.
Hearne, Hern.

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Examples of usage for Herne:

  1. " Mr. Mayhew, Mr. Jerrold, and I," says Landells, " happened to spend a few days in the summer at Herne Bay, and there 'Punch's Visit to the Watering Places' was projected. – The History of "Punch" by M. H. Spielmann
  2. Mayhew, Mark Lemon, Douglas Jerrold, and I, did Herne Bay, Margate, Broadstairs, and Ramsgate, and I never enjoyed myself more than on this, to me, memorable occasion. – The History of "Punch" by M. H. Spielmann
  3. Be the fact as it may, at ten o'clock next morning, Thursday, 15th August, Ned Herne as Mary names him, leaving his fair charge unguarded, went off to dig a grave for his old master. – Trial-of-Mary-Blandy by Roughead, William

Rhymes for Herne:

  1. burn, byrne, stern, turn, dern, kern, fern, hearne, burne, kearn, urn, spurn, yearn, vern, erne, berne, durn, churn, hurn, earn, cern, learn, hern, bern, sterne, hearn, stearne, stearn, verne;
  2. return, upturn, aherne, adjourn, discern, laverne, sauterne, ahern, concern, ahearn;
  3. unconcern;