noun, plural han·u·mans for 1.
Origin of hanuman
Examples from the Web for hanuman
Ramesh pulled down the snoring man's trousers; he lifted the bar high up, while the lawyer said, "Do it like Hanuman does on TV!"
He loosened the bar, slung it over his shoulder, and said, "Don't I look like Hanuman now?"
At length a herd of Hanuman monkeys came to feed upon the Terel fruit.Santal Folk Tales|A. Campbell
Hanuman kept watch, crouching in the branches of a tree, and at length he found it possible to approach her in secret.Indian Myth and Legend|Donald Alexander Mackenzie
And wishing to gratify his brother, Hanuman assumed a gigantic body which (both) in length and breadth increased exceedingly.The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa Bk. 3 Pt. 2|Translated by Kisari Mohan Ganguli
At night the people shunned the temple of Hanuman as hares shun the lair of the serpent.Shadows in Zamboula|Robert E. Howard
They begged the Hanuman to give it back, but the monkey only said—“I will not give it unless its owner consents to marry me.”Folklore of the Santal Parganas|Cecil Henry Bompas