Image:Hummer H1 mud 1.jpg|thumb|right|A Hummer H1.
- A brand of sport utility vehicles sold by General Motors, and by extension, any large similar vehicle.
US|military|slang The HMMWV or Humvee, a US Army vehicle which replaced the Jeep.
#*1985, Andy Rooney, Pieces of my Mind 1, ISBN 0380698854, page
#:"The vehicle is called the 'Hummer,' a contrived abbreviation of its official designation, 'High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle.'"
#*1985, James Coates and Michael Kilian, Heavy Losses: The Dangerous Decline of American
Defense 2, ISBN 0670804843, page 25:
Hummer, a clumsy, elongated vehicle the Army intended as a replacement for the hardy Jeep, developed so many problems it became known as the Bummer."
#*1987, Michael Barone & Grant Ujifusa, The Almanac of American Politics, 1988 3, ISBN 0892340371, page 403:
#:"He made a point of not taking federal money for the district -- though by 1986 he was
bragging about landing an Army contract to build the Hummer vehicle for a South Bend company."
#*1994, World Book Inc., "Jeep" in World Book Encyclopedia vol. J 4, ISBN 0716600943, page 25:
#:"A Hummer can carry four people."
ornithology alternative spelling of|hummer
#*1868, Titus Fey Cronise, The Natural Wealth of California 5, page
#:"The Purple-Throated Hummer is green, with the throat a brilliant violet-purple."
trans-top|sport utility vehicle
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Since the introduction of the civilian Hummer in the 1990s, this term has ceased to be used for the military vehicle; the term "Humvee" is typically used instead.
- A family name of German origin.
Akin to Icelandic humar