Definition of Haming

1. hame [v] - See also: hame



Haming Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haming

hamesuckens
hamets
hametz
hamewith
hamfat
hamfats
hamfatter
hamfisted
hamfistedly
hamfistedness
hamhanded
hamhandedly
hamhandedness
hamiform
hamilton period
haming (current term)
haminura
hamite
hamlet
hamleted
hamlets
hamlike
hammada
hammadas
hammal
hammals
hammam
hammams
hamman-rich syndrome
hamman sign

Literary usage of Haming

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1. Lindley Kays by Barry Pain (1904)
"When they came back he showed them to haming, and haming stumbled upon an acute observation. " I can read your letters all right," he said, ..."

2. The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by Edward Gibbon (1816)
"... him to remove his camp; he recalled to their standard his predatory detachments, which covered the adjacent country. As soon as they descried the haming ..."

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