Definition of Hammals

1. hammal [n] - See also: hammal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hammals

hamhanded
hamhandedly
hamhandedness
hamiform
hamilton period
haming
haminura
hamite
hamlet
hamleted
hamlets
hamlike
hammada
hammadas
hammal
hammals (current term)
hammam
hammams
hamman-rich syndrome
hamman sign
hammarite
hammed
hammed up
hammer
hammer-on
hammer-ons
hammer and sickle
hammer and tongs
hammer dulcimer
hammer finger

Literary usage of Hammals

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1. By-paths in the Balkans by Frederick William von Herbert (1906)
"The weight-carrying performances of the professional hammals are incredible. ... I once watched a party of young hammals disporting ..."

2. A Ride Through Western Asia by Charles Clive Bigham Mersey (1897)
"These hammals are an important feature in Constantinople. Many of them are Armenians, and they suffered particularly in the last massacre (September, 1896). ..."

3. The Evil of the East: Or, Truth about Turkey by Kesnin (1888)
"Everything is carried by hammals, those two-footed beasts of burden, as The'ophile Gautier styled them. In Constantinople, there are some twenty thousand ..."

4. Eastern Life and Scenery: With Excursions in Asia Minor, Mytilene, Crete by Mary Adelaide Walker (1886)
"... honest, and industrious body of men, are the " hammals," or street porters, who are also employed as the guardians of banks, counting-houses, and shops, ..."

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