[hah-moo-rah-bee, ham-oo-] /ˌhɑ mʊˈrɑ bi, ˌhæm ʊ-/
18th century b.c. or earlier, king of Babylonia.
?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 code.
[ham-ee] /ˈhæm i/ adjective, hammier, hammiest. 1. resembling in taste, flavor, appearance, etc. [ham-ee] /ˈhæm i/ adjective, hammier, hammiest. 1. characteristic of a person who . 2. overacted. 3. . /ˈhæmɪ/ adjective (informal) -mier, -miest 1. (of an actor) overacting or tending to overact 2. (of a play, performance, etc) overacted or exaggerated
See BAAL-HAMON ØT0000390.
multitude, a name figuratively assigned to the place in which the slaughter and burial of the forces of Gog were to take place (Ezek. 39:16).
multitude of Gog, the name of the valley in which the slaughtered forces of Gog are to be buried (Ezek. 39:11,15), “the valley of the passengers on the east of the sea.”