Hamámt means ‘giving away’.
Hamámt sounds like ‘huh-MAMMT’‘. The first vowel is spelled a but sounds similar to the vowel in English head. The second vowel is as in English bad, mad.
Audio: Elizabeth Herrling
Hamámt is the –ing (‘progressive’) form of mámt – to give away.
Elders make this type of –ing form by prefixing ha-. This is the most common pattern for words that start with m (or l, w, y).