[hah-kuh; Chinese hahk-kah] /ˈhɑ kə; Chinese ˈhɑkˈkɑ/
noun, plural Hakkas (especially collectively) Hakka for 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.
the Chinese language spoken by the Hakka.
the thorn, the head of one of the courses of the priests (1 Chr. 24:10).
[hak-lit] /ˈhæk lɪt/ noun 1. Richard, 1552?–1616, English geographer and editor of explorers’ narratives. /ˈhækluːt/ noun 1. Richard. ?1552–1616, English geographer, who compiled The Principal Navigations, Voyages, and Discoveries of the English Nation (1589)
publication /hak’mem/ MIT AI Memo 239 (February 1972). A legendary collection of neat mathematical and programming hacks contributed by many people at MIT and elsewhere. (The title of the memo really is “HAKMEM”, which is a 6-letterism for “hacks memo”.) Some of them are very useful techniques, powerful theorems, or interesting unsolved problems, but most […]
[hah-kaw-dah-te] /ˈhɑ kɔˈdɑ tɛ/ noun 1. a seaport on S Hokkaido, in N Japan. /ˌhɑːkəʊˈdɑːteɪ/ noun 1. a port in N Japan, on S Hokkaido: fishing industry and shipbuilding. Pop: 284 690 (2002 est)