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c. 1637, Middle English hamme, from Old English hamm 'bend of the knee', from Proto-Germanic *xanmō (cf. Dutch ham, German dialect Hamme), from pre-Germanic *konɘmā, from Proto-Indo-European *knāmā 'shin' (cf. Middle Irish [[cnáim#Patrono:Mga|cnáim]] 'bone', Ancient Greek knḗmé 'shinbone'). Compare gammon.

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Ham

Plural
Hams

Ham (plural Hams)
  1. (anatomy) The region back of the knee joint; the popliteal space; the hock.
  2. (countable) The thigh and buttock of any animal slaughtered for meat.
  3. (uncountable) The thigh of a hog cured for food.
  4. The back of the thigh.
  5. An actor with an especially showy or exaggerated style.
  6. A person whose hobby is ham radio.
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Old English hām.

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Ham

Plural
uncountable

Ham (uncountable)
  1. (obsolete) Patrono:Archaic spelling of

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Infinitive
to Ham

Third person singular
hams

Simple past
hammed

Past participle
hammed

Present participle
hamming

to Ham (third-person singular simple present hams, present participle hamming, simple past and past participle hammed)
  1. To overact; to act with exaggerated emotions.
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Latin hamus.

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Ham

  1. fishing hook

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From Old Norse hamr.

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  • IPA: /ham/, [hɑmˀ]

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Ham c. (singular definite hammen, plural indefinite hamme)

  1. slough, skin
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See han.

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  • IPA: /ham/, [hɑm]

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Ham

  1. Patrono:Personal accusative and dative singular of han

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Ham f. (plural hammen, diminutive hammetje, diminutive plural hammetjes)

  1. ham

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  • IPA: [haːmˠ] or [hamˠ]

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Ham m.

  1. Mutated form of am.

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Patrono:Frm-noun

  1. village

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Ham

  1. him

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From Proto-Germanic *xamō-. Cognate with Middle Dutch [[hamme#Patrono:Dum|hamme]] (Dutch ham), Old High German hamma (dialectal German Hamm), Old Norse hǫm.

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Patrono:Ang-noun

  1. (anatomy) ham, inner knee
    Monegum men gescrincaþ his fet to his homme: with many men the feet shrink up to the knee. (Leechbook)
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From Proto-Germanic *xamma-. Cognate with Old Frisian [[ham#Patrono:Ofs|ham]], Middle Low German [[hamme#Patrono:Gml|hamme]] (Low German [[hamm#basso sassone|hamm]]).

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Patrono:Ang-noun

  1. enclosure, especially an enclosed pasture or dwelling

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From Proto-Germanic *xaima-, from Proto-Indo-European *kōim- (village). Cognate with Old Frisian [[ham#Patrono:Ofs|hām]], Old Saxon hēm (Dutch heem), Old High German heim (German Heim), Old Norse heimr (Swedish hem), Gothic 𐌷𐌰𐌹𐌼𐍃. The IE root is also the source of Greek [[κωμη#Patrono:El|κωμη]], Old Irish [[cóim#Patrono:Sga|cóim]], Lithuanian šeimà, Russian [[семья#Patrono:Ru|семья]].

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Patrono:Ang-noun

  1. home, house; property, estate
    Hælend com to Lazares ham: the Saviour came to the home of Lazarus.
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  • Standard English home
  • Northumbrian and Scots hame

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Ham [[Category:Patrono:Rhg nouns|Ham]]

  1. work

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Ham

  1. raw

cs:ham da:ham de:ham el:ham fa:ham fr:ham hr:ham io:ham id:ham it:ham ky:ham lo:ham li:ham hu:ham ml:ham nl:ham no:ham oc:ham pl:ham pt:ham ro:ham ru:ham simple:ham fi:ham sv:ham ta:ham te:ham tr:ham vi:ham zh:ham

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