[ hom-uhl ]
/ ˈhɒm əl /
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a walled plain in the fourth quadrant of the face of the moon: about 75 miles (120 km) in diameter.
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How to use Hommel in a sentence
In 1901 Hommel abandoned Peiser's emendation and suggested two alternative schemes.
Hommel thought him a dependant of the priests, comparing the Hebrew Cohen.
Kedabeg; metal boss or hilt-top with pictographs, found in a tomb and stated by F. Hommel to be Hittite, but doubtful.
She appears in the inscription in question by the side of a goddess who—following Hommel—is none other than Bau.
Hommel proposed to interpret the name therefore as 'gods of the watery habitation.'