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A hermit is a person who lives in seclusion from society.
Hermit may also refer to
- Hermit, a type of spiced cookie
- Hermit (horse), English thoroughbred
- Hermit (hummingbird), the hummingbird subfamily Phaethornithinae
- Hermit Island (disambiguation)
- Hermit Islands, Bismarck Archipelago, Papua New Guinea
- Hermit language, an extinct language that was spoken in Papua New Guinea
- Hermit Trail, a hiking trail in Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
- Hermit, a class in the online role-playing game MapleStory
- The Hermit (Tarot card), a trump card in Tarot
- The Hermit is also the name of a painting (also referred to as "View in Half" or "Varying Light" and attributed to Barrington Colby) used on the inner sleeve of the 1971 Led Zeppelin album Led Zeppelin IV.
- The Hermit (band), a Canadian band
- The Hermit (novel), a novel by Eugène Ionesco
- The Hermit, a 1976 studio album by English folk musician John Renbourn
- Hermit (album), a studio album by Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal
- Hermit House, an example of vernacular architecture in Herzliya, Israel
- List of people known as the Hermit
- Hermit Beetle, a species of European beetle Osmoderma eremita
- Hermit Butterfly, the brush-footed butterfly Chazara briseis
- Hermit Crab, a crustacean of the superfamily Paguroidea
- Esther Hermitte, a social anthropologist from Argentina
- Herman's Hermits, an English pop band
- Hermit's Peak, a mountain in New Mexico
- Hermite (disambiguation)
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