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Definition funny of Hilmers:
The word hilmer is an rather unknown synonym for the word noob or newb. A hilmer is so to speak a person being incredible bad at something. the word hilmer is not only used in gaming situations, but like its synonyms, it can describe people or their actions in real life. Hilmer is not only an adjective but also a verb wich can be seen in the examples. it is unknown from where the word traces back to, but it is said that there were acctually a player at the game "counter-strike" known by the alias hilmer who was so bad people used his name as a synonym for noob.
guy 1: wtf are you doing? stop being such a hilmer. guy 2: I sorry I'm jut a bit off my game tonight. guy 1: yeah, yeah, just stop hilmering and get your shit straight, we need to win this!
Songs about Hilmers:
Ack hör du Greta lilla (Vina och Hilmer Pettersson) [Explicit] by Vina och Hilmer Pettersson from the Album Luntilua - Matts Arnbergs fältinspelningar av visor på Gotland 1956 [Explicit]
Books about Hilmers:
Man on a Mission: The David Hilmers Story (ZonderKidz Biography) by David Hilmers and Rick Houston (Apr 27, 2013)
Hilmer (German Edition) by Jorg Olbrich (Oct 2, 2014)
Hilmer: Webster's Timeline History, 1733 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 17, 2010)
Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht: Architecture and Urban Planning 2004-2010 by Anna Stuler (Oct 1, 2010)
Hilmer & Sattler And Albrecht: Buildings and Projects by Klaus Jan Philipp (May 12, 2004)
Hilmer & Sattler und Albrecht. 1968-2012. Maestri dell'architettura by aa vv (Jan 1, 2012)
Hilmer & Sattler: Buildings and Projects by Stanislaus Von Moos (Jun 9, 2000)
Wiki information Hilmers:
David Carl Hilmers is a former NASA astronaut. He was born in Clinton, Iowa, but considers DeWitt, Iowa, to be his hometown. He has two grown sons. His recreational interests include playing the piano, gardening, electronics, spending time with his...
The Hilmersberg is a hill, 362 metres above sea level in the Solling, a hill range in the German state of Lower Saxony. It lies west of Kammerborn and east of Polier, part of the borough of Bodenfelde in the Solling-Vogler Nature Park.