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Ham (countable and uncountable, plural Hams)

  1. A surname.
  2. A small village in Ham and Stone parish, Stroud district, Gloucestershire, England (OS grid ref ST6898). [1]
  3. A suburban area in the borough of Richmond upon Thames and borough of Kingston upon Thames, Greater London, England (OS grid ref TQ1771).
  4. Two districts (East Ham and West Ham) in borough of Newham, Greater London.
  5. A hamlet in Kent, England.
  6. A small village and civil parish in eastern Wiltshire, England, south of Hungerford, West Berkshire (OS grid ref SU3363).
  7. A village in Caithness, Highland council area, Scotland (OS grid ref ND2373)
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From Hebrew חָם.

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Ham

  1. (biblical) A son of Noah and the brother of Japheth and Shem.
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  • (Limburg) First attested as Ham around 1776. Derived from ham (alluvial land in the bend of a river).
  • (Land van Cuijk) First attested as Ham in 1803-1820. Derived from ham (alluvial land in the bend of a river).
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    (Can we clean up(+) this sense?) (Meierijstad) First attested as hamme in 1368. Derived from ham (alluvial land in the bend of a river).

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  • IPA(key): /ɦɑm/
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: Ham
  • Rhymes: -ɑm
  • Homophone: ham

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Ham n

  1. A hamlet in Kerkrade, Limburg, Netherlands.
  2. A hamlet in Land van Cuijk, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands.
  3. A hamlet in Meierijstad, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands.

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  • van Berkel, Gerard, Samplonius, Kees (2018) Nederlandse plaatsnamen verklaard (in Dutch), Mijnbestseller.nl, →ISBN

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eng Schläiss Ham

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From Middle High German hamme, from Old High German hama, from Proto-Germanic *hammō. Cognate with Dutch ham, English ham, dialectal German Hamme.

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Ham f (plural Hamen)

  1. ham