[ham-han-did] /ˈhæmˈhæn dɪd/
clumsy, inept, or heavy-handed:
a ham-handed approach to dealing with people that hurts a lot of feelings.
Crudeness; clumsiness; lack of polish: In selecting the rottenest apples, one seeks the pretension and the exploitation rather than mere ham-handedness (1928+)
Crude and clumsy; lacking in finesse: his hamfisted approach to a delicate matter ( first form 1918+, second 1928+)
[hahm-hoo ng] /ˈhɑmˈhʊŋ/ noun 1. a city in central North Korea. /ˈhɑːmˈhʊŋ/ noun 1. an industrial city in central North Korea: commercial and governmental centre of NE Korea during the Yi dynasty (1392–1910). Pop: 753 000 (2005 est)
- Hamilcar Barca
[huh-mil-kahr bahr-kuh, ham-uh l-kahr] /həˈmɪl kɑr ˈbɑr kə, ˈhæm əlˌkɑr/ noun 1. c270–228 b.c, Carthaginian general and statesman (father of Hannibal). /hæˈmɪlkɑː ˈbɑːkə; ˈhæmɪlˌkɑː/ noun 1. died ?228 bc, Carthaginian general; father of Hannibal. He held command (247–41) during the first Punic War and established Carthaginian influence in Spain (237–?228)
[ham-uh l] /ˈhæm əl/ noun 1. Dorothy (Stuart) born 1956, U.S. figure skater.
- Hamilton basso
[bas-oh] /ˈbæs oʊ/ noun 1. Hamilton, 1904–64, U.S. journalist and novelist. /ˈbæsəʊ/ noun (pl) -sos, -si (-sɪ) 1. (esp in operatic or solo singing) a singer with a bass voice in various musical terms borrowed from Italian, “bass, a bass voice,” from Italian basso, from Late Latin bassus (see bass (adj.)).