the part of a gunlock that strikes the percussion cap when the trigger is pulled
a hand tool with a heavy rigid head and a handle; used to deliver an impulsive force by striking
the ossicle attached to the eardrum
a light drumstick with a rounded head that is used to strike such percussion instruments as chimes, kettledrums, marimbas, glockenspiels, etc.
a heavy metal sphere attached to a flexible wire; used in the hammer throw
a striker that is covered in felt and that causes the piano strings to vibrate
hammer, power hammer(noun)
a power tool for drilling rocks
hammer, pound, hammering, pounding(verb)
the act of pounding (delivering repeated heavy blows)
"the sudden hammer of fists caught him off guard"; "the pounding of feet on the hallway"
beat with or as if with a hammer
"hammer the metal flat"
create by hammering
"hammer the silver into a bowl"; "forge a pair of tongues"
A tool with a heavy head and a handle used for pounding.
A moving part of a firearm that strikes the firing pin to discharge a gun.
In a piano or dulcimer, a piece of wood covered in felt that strikes the string.
A device made of a heavy steel ball attached to a length of wire, and used for throwing.
The last rock in an end.
A frisbee throwing style in which the disc is held upside-down with a forehand grip and thrown above the head.
To strike repeatedly with a hammer, some other implement, the fist, etc.
To emphasize a point repeatedly.
To hit particularly hard.
To strike internally, as if hit by a hammer.
I could hear the engine's valves hammering once the timing rod was thrown.
To defeat (a person, a team) resoundingly
We hammered them 5-0!
someone connected with West Ham Football Club, as a fan, player, coach etc.
Origin: hamer, hamor, from hamaraz (compare hamer, Hammer, hammare).
an instrument for driving nails, beating metals, and the like, consisting of a head, usually of steel or iron, fixed crosswise to a handle
something which in firm or action resembles the common hammer
that part of a clock which strikes upon the bell to indicate the hour
the padded mallet of a piano, which strikes the wires, to produce the tones
that part of a gunlock which strikes the percussion cap, or firing pin; the cock; formerly, however, a piece of steel covering the pan of a flintlock musket and struck by the flint of the cock to ignite the priming
also, a person of thing that smites or shatters; as, St. Augustine was the hammer of heresies
to beat with a hammer; to beat with heavy blows; as, to hammer iron
to form or forge with a hammer; to shape by beating
to form in the mind; to shape by hard intellectual labor; -- usually with out
to be busy forming anything; to labor hard as if shaping something with a hammer
to strike repeated blows, literally or figuratively
Origin: [OE. hamer, AS. hamer, hamor; akin to D. hamer, G. & Dan. hammer, Sw. hammare, Icel. hamarr, hammer, crag, and perh. to Gr. 'a`kmwn anvil, Skr. aman stone.]
A hammer is a tool meant to deliver an impact to an object. The most common uses for hammers are to drive nails, fit parts, forge metal and break apart objects. Hammers are often designed for a specific purpose, and vary in their shape and structure. The term hammer is also used for some devices that are designed to deliver blows, e.g., the caplock mechanism of firearms. The hammer is a basic tool of many professions. The usual features are a handle and a head, with most of the weight in the head. The basic design is hand-operated, but there are also many mechanically operated models, such as steam hammers, for heavier uses.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
German Orientalist and historian, born at Grätz; author of a "History of the Ottoman Empire" (1774-1856).
The New Hacker's Dictionary
Commonwealth hackish syn. for bang on.
The Foolish Dictionary, by Gideon Wurdz
A small, busy implement carried by blacksmiths, geologists and Knockers for breaking iron, rock or friendship.
A type of device, piece of equipment or tool created and designed in various colors, materials, mechanisms, shapes, sizes and styles and used for a variety of purposes.
A hammer is used for different things eg. put a nail into something, take a nail out of something shape a piece of iron or metal etc.Submitted by MC Harmonious on November 20, 2015
Song lyrics by hammer -- Explore a large variety of song lyrics performed by hammer on the Lyrics.com website.
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'Hammer' in Nouns Frequency: #2761
The numerical value of Hammer in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of Hammer in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Examples of Hammer in a Sentence
The hammer shatters glass but forges steel.
The anvil never takes advice from the hammer.
With a small hammer you can achieve great things.
You should hammer your iron when it is glowing hot.
If you would win the world, melt it, do not hammer it.
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- сүкеш, балғаBashkir
- мо́лат, малато́кBelarusian
- чук, у́дарник, петле́Bulgarian
- ཐོ་བTibetan Standard
- martell, martellejar, clavarCatalan, Valencian
- morthwyl, morthwylioWelsh
- hammer, hamre, geværhaneDanish
- σφυρί, επικρουστήρας, σφύρα, πλήκτρο, λύκος, κόκοραςGreek
- martillo, percutor, martillarSpanish
- haamer, vasarEstonian
- iskuvasara, vasara, vasaroida, takoa, hanaFinnish
- marteau, marteler, chienFrench
- hammerWestern Frisian
- casúr, casúirín, mailléasIrish
- òrdScottish Gaelic
- casoor, oardManx
- gùdumā̀, hamā̀Hausa
- matoHaitian Creole
- martelo, martelagarIdo
- martello, picchiare, martellare, picchiare in testa, colpire, cane, percussoreItalian
- ハンマー, 槌, 金槌Japanese
- ჩაქუჩი, უროGeorgian
- kaataqKalaallisut, Greenlandic
- کوتین, keçûç, چهکوچ, çekûçKurdish
- malleus, martellusLatin
- Hummer, hummerenLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- ennyondo, okukomereraGanda
- hamelLimburgish, Limburgan, Limburger
- ebétele, yendeLingala
- kūjis, plaktukasLithuanian
- veseris, āmurs, āmuriņšLatvian
- pāike, pākuru, ikeMāori
- че́кан, чука, зачукува, кове, забиваMacedonian
- martil, penukul, tukul, paluMalay
- hammer, slegge, haneNorwegian
- hamer, timmeren, doorhameren, inhameren, hamerenDutch
- hammar, sleggjeNorwegian Nynorsk
- hamre, banke, hammerNorwegian
- nyundoChichewa, Chewa, Nyanja
- дзæбугOssetian, Ossetic
- ਹਥੌੜਾPanjabi, Punjabi
- młot, młotek, młoteczekPolish
- څېټۍPashto, Pushto
- martelo, percussor, martelarPortuguese
- martel, martè, martiRomansh
- курок, молото́к, мо́лотRussian
- martzeddu, malteddu, matedhu, matzeddu, marcedhu, marteddu, matzedhu, maltedhu, mateddu, martedhu, martzedhuSardinian
- veažirNorthern Sami
- ударач, udarač, чекић, čekićati, čekić, kovatiSerbo-Croatian
- මිටියSinhala, Sinhalese
- çekan, çekiçAlbanian
- noto, hamoreSouthern Sotho
- palu, martilSundanese
- hammare, hamraSwedish
- martilyo, pamukpokTagalog
- çekiç, çekiçlemekTurkish
- noto, hamoreTsonga
- tiapai, tupaiTahitian
- болқа, bolqa, بولقاUyghur, Uighur
- мо́лот, молото́кUkrainian
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