Definition of Hamilcar in English:

Hamilcar

Line breaks: Ham¦il|car
Pronunciation: /haˈmɪlkɑː
 
, ˈhamɪlˌkɑː/
( Circa 270–229 bc), Carthaginian general, father of Hannibal. He fought Rome in the first Punic War and negotiated the terms of peace after Carthaginian defeat.

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