hammal

[ huh-mahl, -mawl ]
/ həˈmɑl, -ˈmɔl /

noun

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Definition for hammal (2 of 2)

hamal

or ham·mal

[ huh-mahl, -mawl ]
/ həˈmɑl, -ˈmɔl /

noun

(in some Muslim countries) a porter.

Origin of hamal

1960–65; < Arabic hammāl porter, carrier, akin to hamala to carry
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British Dictionary definitions for hammal

hamal

hammal or hamaul

/ (həˈmɑːl) /

noun

(in Middle Eastern countries) a porter, bearer, or servant

Word Origin for hamal

from Arabic hamala to carry
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