a large strong short-haired breed of hound with a black, brown, and white coat
[Sephardic Hebrew khah-mi-shah ah-sahr bi-shuh-vaht, -shvaht; Ashkenazic Hebrew, khah-mi-shaw aw-sawr, bih-shuh-vaht, -shvaht, khah-mi-shuh aw-suh r] /Sephardic Hebrew xɑ mɪˈʃɑ ɑˈsɑr bɪ ʃəˈvɑt, -ˈʃvɑt; Ashkenazic Hebrew, xɑ mɪˈʃɔ ɔˈsɔr, bɪ ʃəˈvɑt, -ˈʃvɑt, xɑˈmɪ ʃə ˈɔ sər/ noun, Judaism. 1. .
[ham-ahyt] /ˈhæm aɪt/ noun 1. a descendant of . Gen. 10:1, 6–20. 2. a member of any of various peoples of northern and eastern Africa, as the ancient Egyptians and modern Berbers. /ˈhæmaɪt/ noun 1. a member of a group of peoples of N Africa supposedly descended from Noah’s son Ham (Genesis 5:32, 10:6), including […]
[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.