[hah-kuh n-kroits] /ˈhɑ kənˌkrɔɪts/
noun, plural Hakenkreuze
[hah-kuh n-kroi-tsuh] /ˈhɑ kənˌkrɔɪ tsə/ (Show IPA). German.
a swastika, especially that used as the emblem of the Nazi party and the Third Reich.
1931, proper German name for the Nazi swastika (q.v.), literally “hook-cross,” from Old High German hako “hook,” from Proto-Germanic *hoka-, from PIE *keg- “hook, tooth” (see hook (n.)).
[Sephardic Hebrew khah-khahm; Ashkenazic Hebrew haw-khuh m] /Sephardic Hebrew xɑˈxɑm; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈhɔ xəm/ noun, Hebrew. 1. a wise and learned person; sage. 2. (among Sephardic Jews) a title given to a rabbi.
[hah-keem] /hɑˈkim/ noun, (esp. in Muslim countries) 1. a wise or learned man. 2. a physician; doctor. [hah-keem] /ˈhɑ kim/ noun 1. (in Muslim countries) a ruler; governor; judge. [hah-keem] /hɑˈkim/ noun 1. a male given name. /hɑːˈkiːm; ˈhɑːkiːm/ noun 1. a Muslim judge, ruler, or administrator 2. a Muslim physician
[hah-kuh; Chinese hahk-kah] /ˈhɑ kə; Chinese ˈhɑkˈkɑ/ noun, plural Hakkas (especially collectively) Hakka for 1. 1. a member of a Chinese people originally of northern China, now widely distributed throughout southeastern China, in Taiwan and Hong Kong, and in Southeast Asia. 2. the Chinese language spoken by the Hakka.
the thorn, the head of one of the courses of the priests (1 Chr. 24:10).