Hamam

حمام

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Hamam Definition

Persian Hamam or Garmabeh used to be a complex of human-wash so-to-say where one could get his hair cut, get shaved, and bathe. People called Dallak washed the person's body and gave him a massage. Persian Hamam was also a place to socialize specially in winter time, the sauna was a place to eat, drink and chat. (Wikipedia) - Hamam
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Hamam (also transliterated as Hmam, or Hammam, Arabic: حمام‎) may refer to:

People
  • Adem Hmam (born 1995), Tunisian table tennis player
  • Sam Hammam (born 1948), Lebanese businessman and football club owner
  • Wissem Hmam (born 1981), Tunisian handball player
Places
  • Hammam, East Azerbaijan, a village in East Azerbaijan Province, Iran
  • Hammam, Khuzestan, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran
  • Hammam, Markazi, a village in Markazi Province, Iran
  • Hammam Yalbugha, public bath in Aleppo, Syria
  • Hamaam, a village in Israel
Other uses
  • Turkish bath in Turkish
  • Hamam (film), a 1997 European film directed by Ferzan Özpetek
  • Hamam (soap), brand of soap in India
Persian Hamam or Garmabeh used to be a complex of human-wash so-to-say where one could get his hair cut, get shaved, and bathe. People called Dallak washed the person's body and gave him a massage. Persian Hamam was also a place to socialize specially in winter time, the sauna was a place to eat, drink and chat. (Wikipedia) - Hamam
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Look up hamam in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Hamam (also transliterated as Hmam, or Hammam, Arabic: حمام‎) may refer to:

People
  • Adem Hmam (born 1995), Tunisian table tennis player
  • Sam Hammam (born 1948), Lebanese businessman and football club owner
  • Wissem Hmam (born 1981), Tunisian handball player
Places
  • Hammam, East Azerbaijan, a village in East Azerbaijan Province, Iran
  • Hammam, Khuzestan, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran
  • Hammam, Markazi, a village in Markazi Province, Iran
  • Hammam Yalbugha, public bath in Aleppo, Syria
  • Hamaam, a village in Israel
Other uses
  • Turkish bath in Turkish
  • Hamam (film), a 1997 European film directed by Ferzan Özpetek
  • Hamam (soap), brand of soap in India
Hamam or Garmabeh used to be a complex of human-wash so-to-say where one could get his hair cut, get shaved, and bathe. People called Dallak washed the person's body and gave him a massage. Persian Hamam was also a place to socialize specially in winter time, the sauna was a place to eat, drink and chat. (Wikipedia) - Hamam
This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.
Look up hamam in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Hamam (also transliterated as Hmam, or Hammam, Arabic: حمام‎) may refer to:

People
  • Adem Hmam (born 1995), Tunisian table tennis player
  • Sam Hammam (born 1948), Lebanese businessman and football club owner
  • Wissem Hmam (born 1981), Tunisian handball player
Places Other uses
  • Turkish bath in Turkish
  • Hamam (film), a 1997 European film directed by Ferzan Özpetek
  • Hamam (soap), brand of soap in India
This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article.

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