Common misspellings for harm:
dharm, wurm, pharmay, horme, heatm, halem, hhom, hahah, har, parm, hammok, hunam, haromy, haiir, hareem, hammar, harmoic, harum, charma, harge, harmly, hurm, hummm, hmmm, hammor, hary, thearmy, hammy, hara, farma, darm, carma, haev, herem, harlam, havem, hevim, harrme, haor, kharma, charmy, harmny, haome, haha1, haha, heram, headm, thaim, harf, hhair, charme, hard, hearf, heari, harn, horome, harme, humar, hamr, leham, meyham, hearh, warmu, ahemm, harmul, larm, hirm, hars, haior, hari, humam, harmacy, harmnoy, herm, wydham, hamer, harr, happem, hahn, havi, learm, harro, harmomy, hram, hrm, hasome, jarmy, hardm, aherm, hamam, farm3, chairm, tarm, warm, yoham, yarm, harvy, harmen, harmor, ahima, harh, mhear, happym, darma, hovm, hartio, dhame, hoursm, harch, hurmor, horm, sharm, hyum, hjear, hammic, hymm, ahrm, haror, harg, hammoc, rhyrhm, quarm, ghrahm, harmin, rahim, harmd, herlem, hornam, carm, pharma, howmy, hamic, hermia, hurmour, waarm, havw, hearworm, warmm, aarm, higham, duham, varm, harmfu, hoame, rhyhm, yearm, mayhaym, hamok, marmur, healm, harrem, hhear, newham, earm, haro, hormoe, fahim, hgame, hakeem, haram, haemi, haarm, halm, hermer, harmon, horim, heark, hiim, hijm, himr, hiom, hium, hjim, hoim, hmmmm, hermy, nhame, pharm, raham, thorm, wearm, uarm, hzrm, hsrm, hwrm, hqrm, hafm, hatm, ha5m, hgarm, nharm, hnarm, jharm, hjarm, uharm, huarm, yharm, hyarm, hzarm, hazrm, hsarm, hasrm, hwarm, hawrm, hqarm, haqrm, hadrm, hafrm, harfm, hatrm, hartm, ha5rm, har5m, ha4rm, har4m, harnm, harmn, harjm, harmj, hharm, harrm, harmm, xarm, iarm, hcrm, ha2m, habm, havm, h arm, ha rm, har m.
Definition of harm:
- This means to damage, injure or hurt.
- To inflict hurt, damage, or injury upon.
- To injure.
- To hurt; to injure.
- To hurt; to injure; to damage.
- Injury; hurt; damage; detriment; misfortune.
- That which causes injury, damage, or loss.
- To hurt; to injure; to damage; to wrong.
- Injury; damage; moral evil or wrongdoing.
- Injury: moral wrong.
- Injury; wrong.
- That which inflicts injury or loss; injury; hurt; wrong.
- Injury; damage; moral wrong; wickedness.
- Injury; hurt; damage; moral wrong; mischief.