Erma may refer to:

  • Erma Bergmann (born 1924), All-American Girls Professional Baseball League pitcher and outfielder
  • Erma Bombeck (1927–1996), American humorist and newspaper columnist
  • Erma Franklin (1938–2002), American soul, rhythm and blues, and pop singer
  • Erma Perham Proetz (1891-1944), American advertising executive and first woman inducted into the Advertising Hall of Fame
  • Erma Knoll, a peak in upper Huron Glacier, Livingston Island, Antarctica
  • Erma, New Jersey, a census-designated place and unincorporated area
  • Erma Reka (village), a village in southern Bulgaria
  • Jerma or Erma River, in southeastern Serbia and western Bulgaria
  • Electronic Recording Machine, Accounting
  • Environmental Risk Management Authority, a former New Zealand government body
  • Erma Werke, a now defunct German weapon manufacturer
  • Extremely Reusable Monitoring API, an instrumentation application programming interface that has been designed to be applicable for all monitoring needs
Other uses
  • Erma's House, a child visitation center in Dayton, Ohio, run by Catholic Social Services
  • Erma Felna, a character in Erma Felna: EDF, a furry comic book story series created by Steve Gallacci

Other articles related to "erma":

John Raimondi - Overview
... The first of four sons born to Erma and Peter Raimondi in May 1948, the sculptor spent his early years honing his skills while developing an eye for the beauty of nature that ... This sculpture, entitled Erma's Desire, is named for the artist's mother and her intense desire for the happiness of her children ... The sculpture he created was entitled Erma's Desire ...
Max & Erma's
... Max Erma's is a casual dining restaurant chain based in Columbus, Ohio ... a local tavern in Columbus's German Village which had been operated by Max and Erma Visocnik since 1958 ... They retained the Max and Erma's name and created the theme restaurant which featured a converted bathtub that served as a sundae bar ...
Erma Werke - Post War
... Soviet occupation forces ordered what was left of ERMA Werke to be liquidated on 31 August 1948 ... Geipel re-established Erma Werke in Bavaria in 1949 and in 1952 the company moved to Dachau, near Munich ... Around 1952 ERMA was awarded a contract by the government of West Germany to service and produce parts for the various Allied forces weapons that had been supplied to the ...
Pesticides In New Zealand - Pesticides - Endosulfan
... Risk Management Authority (ERMA) in December 2008 after a concerted campaign by environmental groups and the Green Party ... In June 2008 the ERMA called for public submissions on the use of endosulfan after tighter controls had been placed on the pesticide in other countries ... ERMA placed a ban on endosulfan effective from 16 January 2009 ...
Erma-Gene Evans
... Erma-Gene Evans (born 26 January 1984 in Castries) is a Saint Lucian javelin thrower ... Erma-Gene holds the Saint Lucia national records for women's Javelin Throw ... Erma-Gene was a CARIFTA bronze medallist in 2001, then a silver medallist in 2002 and 2003, her last year as a junior ...