[ham-buh l-toh-nee-uh n] /ˌhæm bəlˈtoʊ ni ən/
one of a superior strain of American trotting horses descended from the stallion Hambletonian.
an annual harness race for three-year-old trotters, formerly held at Goshen, New York, now at DuQuoin, Illinois.
one of a breed of trotting horses descended from a stallion of that name
[hahm-boo] /ˈhɑmˌbu/ noun, plural hambos. 1. a Swedish folk dance in three-quarter time, originating in the 16th century.
[German hahm-bawrn] /German ˈhɑm bɔrn/ noun 1. .
[ham-bohn] /ˈhæmˌboʊn/ noun, Theater. 1. (especially in vaudeville) a performer made up in blackface and using a stereotyped black dialect. n. 1855, “bone of a ham,” from ham (n.1) + bone (n.). Meaning “inferior actor or performer” is from 1893, an elaboration of ham (n.2). modifier : The night’s most ebullient winner was Finkel, who […]
[ham-burg; for 1, 2 also German hahm-boo rk] /ˈhæm bɜrg; for 1, 2 also German ˈhɑm bʊərk/ noun 1. a state in N Germany. 288 sq. mi. (746 sq. km). 2. a city in and the capital of this state, on the Elbe River: the largest seaport in continental Europe. 3. a town in W […]