Definition of Hamaul

1. hamal [n -S] - See also: hamal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hamaul

hamartias
hamartoblastoma
hamartochondromatosis
hamartoma
hamartomas
hamartomatous
hamartophobia
hamate
hamate bone
hamate fracture
hamated
hamates
hamathecia
hamathecium
hamatum
hamaul (current term)
hamauls
hamaxophobia
hambergite
hamble
hambled
hambles
hambling
hambone
hamboned
hambones
hamboning
hamburger
hamburger bun
hamburger roll

Literary usage of Hamaul

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1. English homes in India (1869)
"Very good hamaul, Ma'am,—got good character," and the smiling Hindoo produced from his girdle some much discoloured written documents, which he held out for ..."

2. The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British India and Its Dependencies (1827)
"We are no friend» to tyranny or oppression' We only wish such regulations to be adopted as will secure to the hamaul л fair value for his labour, ..."

3. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1857)
"The Turkish gentry was sound asleep on his post ; a dark ligure, probably some houseless hamaul, crouched near tho ..."

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