The Collaborative International Dictionary
Erme \Erme\, v. i. [OE. ermen, AS. yrman. Cf. Yearn.]
To grieve; to feel sad. [Obs.]
vb. (context intransitive obsolete English) To grieve; to feel sad.
Usage examples of "erme".
He had had a telegram from Gwendolen Erme in answer to his letter offering to fly to her aid.
Deep down, as Miss Erme would have said, I was uneasy, I was expectant.
Gwendolen Erme, for that matter, with her white face and her fixed eyes, was of the very type of the lean ladies one had met in the temples of chance.