MEANING: verb intr.: To belong to something by its very nature; to be an inseparable part of something.

ETYMOLOGY: From Latin inhaerere (to be attached), from in- (in) + haerere (to stick). Earliest documented use: 1563.

GINHERE - sign on a speakeasy (compare SINHERE, WINHERE, etc, for various other institutions of doubtful propriety)

IMHERE - response to "Where are you?"

ITHERE - friendly greeting to a stranger