hamstring muscle n.
Any of the three muscles constituting the back of the upper leg that serve to flex the knee joint, adduct the leg, and extend the thigh.
[ham-string] /ˈhæmˌstrɪŋ/ noun 1. (in humans and other primates) any of the tendons that bound the of the knee. 2. (in quadrupeds) the great tendon at the back of the hock. verb (used with object), hamstrung, hamstringing. 3. to disable by cutting the hamstring or hamstrings; cripple. 4. to render powerless or useless; thwart: Their […]
[ham-tram-ik] /hæmˈtræm ɪk/ noun 1. a city in SE Michigan, completely surrounded by the city of Detroit.
[hahm-soo n] /ˈhɑm sʊn/ noun 1. Knut [knoot] /knut/ (Show IPA), 1859–1952, Norwegian novelist: Nobel Prize 1920. /Norwegian ˈhamsun/ noun 1. Knut, (knuːt), pen name of Knut Pedersen. 1859–1952, Norwegian novelist, whose works include The Growth of the Soil (1917): Nobel prize for literature 1920
spared, one of the sons of Pharez, son of Judah (1 Chr. 2:5). His descendants are called Hamulites (Num. 26:21).