[ham-er-lis] /ˈhæm ər lɪs/
(of a firearm) having the concealed within the receiver.
(of a firearm) having the hammer enclosed so that it is not visible
[ham-er-lok] /ˈhæm ərˌlɒk/ noun, Wrestling. 1. a hold in which one arm of an opponent is twisted and forced upward behind his back. /ˈhæməˌlɒk/ noun 1. a wrestling hold in which a wrestler twists his opponent’s arm upwards behind his back
noun An authoritative person; strongman [1950s+ Black; perhaps an echo of John Henry]
noun, Mining. 1. a mill for breaking up ore or crushing coal.
noun 1. an artificial pond for maintaining a head of water at a water mill.
- Hammer price
noun 1. the price offered as the winning bid in a public auction