Words nearby hakham
Origin of hakham
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When the recent game is through, Hakam picks up his foot to show a two-inch shrapnel scar.
Hakam's manuvre saved the palace and the dynasty; and the insurrection was converted into a wholesale massacre.
Hakam's easy-going scholar's rule had, however, deprived his son and successor of any chance of real power.
Peace was soon signed between all the parties, and Hakam had leisure to collect his famous library.
Hakam's peaceful, studious temperament did no great harm to the State.
Aish hakam iodea binah, "a cunning man, endued with understanding," is the description given by the king of Tyre of Hiram Abif.The Symbolism of Freemasonry|Albert G. Mackey