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Hatti

[hat-ee]
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noun
  1. an ancient people who lived in central Anatolia before its conquest by the Hittites.
  2. (in ancient inscriptions) the Hittites or the land of the Hittites.
Also Khatti.
Related formsHat·ti·an, noun, adjective
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Examples from the Web for hatti

Historical Examples

  • Mr Pisani said he had no doubt he should get the Hatti Sherif, but he could not say when.

    Diaries of Sir Moses and Lady Montefiore, Volume I

    Sir Moses Montefiore

  • Among them marched men of the "Kheta" or Hatti, but not as leaders.

    The Ancient East

    D. G. Hogarh

  • (p. 223) Mr. Seward triumphantly publishes the Turkish hatti, by which pirates are excluded from the Ottoman ports.

  • A century and a half later the Hatti had returned into a darkness even deeper than that from which they emerged.

    The Ancient East

    D. G. Hogarh

  • At this time the Hatti empire or confederacy probably included, on the west, both Phrygia and Lydia.