From charam; abrupt; Chermon, a mount of Palestine -- Hermon.
see HEBREW charam
חֶרְמוֺן proper name, of a mountain Hermon (sacred mountain, compare Sabean מחרם, etc., temple, Arabic interior of mosque, asylum, WetzstZKW see 1884, 115 RSSemitic i, 93; 2nd ed., 94) — the highest peak of Anti-Lebanon range, usually snow-capped, commanding southern Syria & northern Palestine; it is called שִׂיאֹן by the author of Deuteronomy 4:48; by the Amorites שְׂנִיר, by the Sidonians שִׂרְיֹן 3:9. It has three peaks; and the names חרמון and שׂניר, distinguished in 1 Chronicles 5:23; Song of Solomon 4:8, may refer to two of these peaks; חֶרְמוֺנִים Psalm 42:7 probably refers to these different peaks (see RobBR iii. 357 BädPal 301). It is a northern boundary ח הר ׳עד Deuteronomy 3:8; Joshua 12:1; חרמוֺן הר mount Hermon is used also 11:17; 12:5; 13:5, 11; 1 Chronicles 5:23; but חרמון Joshua 11:3; Psalm 89:13; 133:3; Song of Solomon 4:8. see חֶרְמוֺן בַּעַל Judges 3:3; 1 Chronicles 5:23 (see Wetzstib. 115).
חֶרְמוֺנִים see foregoing.