One word, gender non-specific third-person singular pronoun for English, when used as the object of a sentence or phrase. Use instead of him/her. Pronounced "hur-im" or sometimes "hair-im".

Cf. heshe, heris
When someone eats a pickle, even though it's almost always tasty, sometimes some pickle juice gets on herim.
作者 Hawkeye Parker 2007年2月26日

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