[ham-ahyt] /ˈhæm aɪt/
a descendant of . Gen. 10:1, 6–20.
a member of any of various peoples of northern and eastern Africa, as the ancient Egyptians and modern Berbers.
a member of a group of peoples of N Africa supposedly descended from Noah’s son Ham (Genesis 5:32, 10:6), including the ancient Egyptians, the Berbers, etc
1640s, from Ham (see Hamitic) + -ite (1).
[ha-mit-ik, huh-] /hæˈmɪt ɪk, hə-/ noun 1. (especially formerly) the non-Semitic branches of the Afroasiatic language family. adjective 2. of or relating to the or Hamitic. /hæˈmɪtɪk; hə-/ noun 1. a group of N African languages related to Semitic. They are now classified in four separate subfamilies of the Afro-Asiatic family: Egyptian, Berber, Cushitic, and […]
[ha-mit-uh-sahyzd, huh-] /hæˈmɪt əˌsaɪzd, hə-/ adjective 1. exhibiting the characteristics of or influenced by speakers of Hamitic.
[ham-i-toh-suh-mit-ik] /ˈhæm ɪ toʊ səˈmɪt ɪk/ adjective, noun 1. . noun 1. a former name for Afro-Asiatic (sense 1) adjective 2. denoting or belonging to this family of languages
[ham] /hæm/ noun 1. an actor or performer who overacts. 2. an operator of an amateur radio station. verb (used with or without object), hammed, hamming. 3. to act with exaggerated expression of emotion; overact. Idioms 4. ham it up, to overact; ham. /hæm/ noun 1. the part of the hindquarters of a pig or […]