The Hamitic race seems to have originated in the south and migrated northward down the Nile towards the delta.
The Hamitic element, which is not great, has probably been derived from the Galla.
Libyan and Beja are the best-preserved types, and the latter especially may be called the Sanskrit of Hamitic.
The language of the Hottentots is related to that of these Hamitic peoples.
Note that all of these early kingdoms were established by the Hamitic race.
They had the same traditions in common with the Shemitic and Hamitic families from which they sprung.
These imposed their Semitic vocabulary upon the Hamitic syntax of the people they found in the Nile valley.
A theory by the author, by which he conceives the Indian race to be descended from the ancient Cuthites, who are Hamitic.
In the second half of the eighth century, the Sudan was invaded by "Hamitic tribes" and "Mohammedanism."
And the only distinction amongst all these people, who are branches of the Hamitic family, is the texture of the hair.
language group that included ancient Egyptian, Berber, Galla, etc.; 1842, from Ham, second son of Noah (Gen. ix:18-19).