[ham-uh nd] /ˈhæm ənd/
[heyz] /heɪz/ (Show IPA), 1855–1936, U.S. engineer.
a city in NW Indiana, near Chicago.
a city in SE Louisiana.
a city in NW Indiana, adjacent to Chicago. Pop: 80 547 (2003 est)
Dame Joan. 1912–96, Australian operatic singer, born in New Zealand
Walter Reginald, known as Wally. 1903–65, English cricketer. An all-rounder, he played for England 85 times between 1928 and 1946
type of electric organ favored by 1960s rock bands, trademark name (1935), invented 1929 by U.S. inventor and clockmaker Laurens Hammond (1895-1973).
Trademark. 1. a brand of musical instrument, resembling in shape an upright piano, with two keyboards and electronic tone generation. noun 1. trademark an electric organ with two keyboards, electronic tone generation, and a wide variety of tone colours: invented in 1934
[ham-uh n-tuh n] /ˈhæm ən tən/ noun 1. a town in S New Jersey.
warm springs, a Levitical city of Naphtali (Josh. 21:32); probably Hammath in 19:35.
[hah-moo-rah-bee, ham-oo-] /ˌhɑ mʊˈrɑ bi, ˌhæm ʊ-/ noun 1. 18th century b.c. or earlier, king of Babylonia. /ˌhæmʊˈrɑːbɪ/ noun 1. ?18th century bc, king of Babylonia; promulgator of one of the earliest known codes of law Hammurabi [(ham-uh-rah-bee, hah-muh-rah-bee)] A king of ancient Mesopotamia, known for putting the laws of his country into a formal […]