ham mock

hammock

1 [ham-uhk]
noun
a hanging bed or couch made of canvas, netted cord, or the like, with cords attached to supports at each end.

Origin:
1545–55; < Spanish hamaca < Taino of Hispaniola

hammocklike, adjective
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hammock

2 [ham-uhk]
noun
hummock ( def 1 ).
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hammock1 (ˈhæmək)
 
n
a length of canvas, net, etc, suspended at the ends and used as a bed
 
[C16: from Spanish hamaca, of Taino origin]
 
'hammock-like1
 
adj

hammock2 (ˈhæmək)
 
n
a variant of hummock

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hammock
1555, from Sp. hamaca, from Arawakan (Haiti) word apparently meaning "fish nets" (cf. Yukuna hamaca, Taino amaca).
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