Hamite meaning

hămīt
A member of a group of peoples of northern and northeast Africa, including the Berbers, Tuaregs, and the ancient Egyptians and their descendants, thought to be descended from the biblical patriarch Ham. No longer in technical use.
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A person regarded as descended from Ham.
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A member of any of several usually dark-skinned Caucasoid peoples indigenous to N and E Africa, including the Egyptians, Berbers, etc.
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A descendant of Ham, son of Noah, a member of the nations or peoples supposedly descended from Ham, i.e. the North African and the Horn African peoples.
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