Hannibal definitions

hăn'ə-bəl
Carthaginian general who crossed the Alps in 218 with about 35,000 men and routed Roman armies at Lake Trasimeno (217) and Cannae (216). He was later defeated at the Battle of Zama (202).
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A city of northeast Missouri on the Mississippi River northwest of St. Louis. It is famous as the boyhood home of Mark Twain.
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247-183? b.c.; Carthaginian general: crossed the Alps to invade Italy in 218
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A male given name of mostly historical use. Most notably borne by the the Carthaginian general Hannibal Barca.
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A city in Missouri: Hannibal.
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Origin of hannibal

From Latin Hannibal, from Punic (ḥnbʿl), a compound of (ḥn, “grace”) and (bʿl, “master”), originally meaning “grace of (the god) Baal”, “(the god) Baal has been gracious”.