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hummel

/ (ˈhʌməl) /
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adjective Scot
(of cattle) hornless
(of grain) awnless
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Word Origin for hummel

C15: of Germanic origin; compare Low German hummel hornless animal

British Dictionary definitions for hummel (2 of 2)

Hummel
/ (ˈhʊməl) /

noun
Johann Nepomuk (joˈhan ˈneːpomʊk). 1778–1837, German composer and pianist
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