Definition of Hatti in English:

Hatti

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noun

The ancient Anatolian people whose language was Hattic.
More example sentences
  • The Hatti or Hattians were a race of indigenous people who lived in Central Anatolia.
  • The Hitties were an Indo-European people, from the east and were gradually absorbed by the Hatti.

Origin

Assyrian and Hittite.

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