clam

  1. burrowing marine mollusk living on sand or mud
  2. (United States) a piece of paper money worth one dollar

Clam

A clam is a bivalve mollusc. There are freshwater and marine varieties ranging in size from those that even as adults are nearly microscopic to others, such as the giant clam, which can weigh 200 kilograms (440 lbs). Some have lifecycles of only one year, while at least one has been discovered that may be over 500 years old. They do not have heads...
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clam

a slang term which refers to a mis-played or out of tune note, often by a horn player.
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Clam

• (v. t.) A bivalve mollusk of many kinds, especially those that are edible; as, the long clam (Mya arenaria), the quahog or round clam (Venus mercenaria), the sea clam or hen clam (Spisula solidissima), and other species of the United States. The name is said to have been given originally to the Tridacna gigas, a huge East Indian bivalve. &bu...
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clam

noun burrowing marine mollusk living on sand or mud; the shell closes with viselike firmness
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clam

Click images to enlargeCommon name for a bivalve mollusc. The giant clam Tridacna gigas of the Indopacific can grow to 1 m/3 ft across in 50 years and weigh, with the shell, 500 kg/1,000 lb. A giant clam produces a billion eggs in a single spawning. The term is usually applied to edible species,...
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CLAM

[C++ Library for Audio and Music] CLAM (C++ Library for Audio and Music) is an open-source framework for research and application development in the audio and music domain. It is based on the concept of data-processing modules linked into a network. Modules can perform complex audio signal analysis, transformations and synthesis. CLAM also ...
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Clam

Clam (clăm) transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Clammed (klămd); present participle & verbal noun Clamming .] [ Confer Anglo-Saxon cl√¶man to clam, smear; akin to Icelandic kleima to smear, Old High Germa...
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Clam

Clam intransitive verb To be moist or glutinous; to stick; to adhere. [ R.] Dryden
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Clam

Clam noun [ Confer Clamp , Clam , transitive verb , Clammy .] 1. (Zoology) A bivalve mollusk of many kinds, especially those that are edible; as, the long clam ( Mya arenaria ), the quahog or round clam ( Venus mercen...
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Clam

Clam transitive verb & i. To produce, in bell ringing, a clam or clangor; to cause to clang. Nares.
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clam

a slang term which refers to a mis-played or out of tune note, often by a horn player.
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Clam

Clam is slang for the mouth.
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clam

clam, common name for certain bivalve mollusks, especially for marine species that live buried in mud or sand and have valves (the two pieces of the shell) of equal size. The oval valves, which cover the right and left sides of the animal, are hinged together at the top by an elastic ligament. Clams...
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clam

in general, any member of the invertebrate class Bivalvia—mollusks with a bivalved shell (i.e., one with two separate sections). More than 12,000 ... [9 related articles]
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clam

Latin, meaning: secretly, in secret.
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clam

secretly, in secret.
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Clam

The clam is a marine Lamellibranch mollusc of the Pecten genus, akin to the cockle. The giant clam is the largest known bivalve mollusc with a shell as large as one metre across and weighing around 120 kg. Clams are found in the Indian Ocean and the Pacific.
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Clam

These bivalve mollusks come in two varieties. Hard-shell clams include littleneck, cherrystone, and chowder clams. The soft-shelled clams, such as steamer, razor, and geoduck clams, have thin brittle shells that can't completely close.
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clam

[n] - flesh of either hard-shell or soft-shell clams 2. [n] - burrowing marine mollusk living on sand or mud 3. [v] - gather clams, by digging in the sand by the ocean
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