What does NMH mean?

Not much here

NMH is a slang term that stands for “not much here”. It’s a quick and easy way to let someone know that things are pretty dull or uneventful where you are. This term is typically used on the internet or in text messages.

Most often, people use NMH in response to questions like “What’s happening?” or “What’s up?”. When you use NMH, it’s like saying you’re bored and have nothing much to do. You might use it to hint that you’re free to do something fun, like seeing a film or going on a trip.

There are other similar terms to NMH that you might come across, like NM, N/M/H, and NMHJC. Some other slang terms that convey the same feeling of boredom include BOOMS, brd, BTD, and WB.

However, if you’re more of an introverted person, you might want to think twice before using NMH. It could lead to someone suggesting a social activity, like hanging out.

Example for using ‘NMH’ in a conversation

Hey, what’s up?

NMH, just chilling at home. How about you?

Same here, nothing much happening.

Yeah, it’s a pretty boring day.