[hamp-tuh n] /ˈhæmp tən/
Lionel, 1908–2002, U.S. jazz vibraphonist.
[weyd] /weɪd/ (Show IPA), 1818–1902, Confederate general: U.S. senator 1879–91.
a city in SE Virginia, on Chesapeake Bay.
a town in SE New Hampshire.
a city in SE Virginia, on the harbour of Hampton Roads on Chesapeake Bay. Pop: 146 878 (2003 est)
a district of the Greater London borough of Richmond-upon-Thames, on the River Thames: famous for Hampton Court Palace (built in 1515 by Cardinal Wolsey)
Christopher James. born 1946, British playwright: his works include When Did You Last See My Mother? (1964), the screenplay for the film Dangerous Liaisons (1988), the book for the musical Sunset Boulevard (1993), and the screenplay for the film Atonement (2007)
Lionel. 1913–2002, US jazz-band leader and vibraphone player
noun 1. a channel in SE Virginia between the mouth of the James River and Chesapeake Bay: battle between the Monitor and the Virginia 1862.
[ham] /hæm/ noun 1. a cut of meat from the heavy-muscled part of a hog’s rear quarter, between hip and hock, usually cured. 2. that part of a hog’s hind leg. 3. the part of the leg back of the knee. 4. Often, hams. the back of the thigh, or the thigh and the buttock […]
/ˈhæmʃækəl/ verb 1. (transitive) to hobble (a cow, horse, etc) by tying a rope around the head and one of the legs
[ham-ster] /ˈhæm stər/ noun 1. any of several short-tailed, stout-bodied, burrowing rodents, as Cricetus cricetus, of Europe and Asia, having large cheek pouches. /ˈhæmstə/ noun 1. any Eurasian burrowing rodent of the tribe Cricetini, such as Mesocricetus auratus (golden hamster), having a stocky body, short tail, and cheek pouches: family Cricetidae. They are popular pets […]