Examples from the Web for hamitic
In the second half of the eighth century, the Sudan was invaded by "Hamitic tribes" and "Mohammedanism."The Color Line|William Benjamin Smith
I do not propose to embark at this late hour on what ethnologists know as the "Hamitic" problem.Legends Of Babylon And Egypt|Leonard W. King
Note that all of these early kingdoms were established by the Hamitic race.Studies in Old Testament History|Jesse L. Hurlbut
The Hamitic race seems to have originated in the south and migrated northward down the Nile towards the delta.
All the Sudanese states were formed by invaders from the northern desert, Hamitic or Semitic.
British Dictionary definitions for hamitic
Word Origin and History for hamitic
language group that included ancient Egyptian, Berber, Galla, etc.; 1842, from Ham, second son of Noah (Gen. ix:18-19).