Gam

A meeting of two (or more) whaling ships at sea. The ships each send out a boat to the other, and the two captains meet on one ship, while the two chief mates meet on the other.[7]
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Gam

• (n.) A herd, or school, of whales. • (n.) A visit between whalers at sea; a holding of social intercourse between those on different vessels at sea, or (Local U. S.) between persons ashore. • (v. i.) To gather in a gam; -- said of whales. • (v. i.) To engage in a gam, or (Local, U. S.) in social intercourse anywhere. • (v...
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Gam

• (n.) A herd, or school, of whales. • (n.) A visit between whalers at sea; a holding of social intercourse between those on different vessels at sea, or (Local U. S.) between persons ashore. • (v. i.) To gather in a gam; -- said of whales. • (v. i.) To engage in a gam, or (Local, U. S.) in social intercourse anywhere. • (v...
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gam

noun a herd of whales
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GAM

[group] According to Hello! Project producer Tsunku, the term GAM stands for `Great Aya and Miki`. After GAM`s debut, Tsunku has decided to keep the group permanent instead of a one-time deal. However, Fujimoto and Matsuura graduating from Hello! Project in March 2009, the group subsequently disbanded. == History == On September 13, 2006 th...
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Gam

Gam intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Gammed ; present participle & verbal noun Gam'ming .] (Nautical) (a) To gather in a gam; -- said of whales. (b) To engage in a gam, or (Local, U. S.) in social in...
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Gam

Gam noun [ Orig. uncert.] (Nautical) (a) A herd, or school, of whales. (b) A visit between whalers at sea; a holding of social intercourse between those on different vessels at sea, or (Local U. S.) between persons ashore.
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Gam

Gam transitive verb (Nautical) To have a gam with; to pay a visit to, esp. among whalers at sea.
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Gam

A meeting of two (or more) whaling ships at sea. The ships each send out a boat to the other, and the two captains meet on one ship, while the two chief mates meet on the other.[7]
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_nautical_terms

Gam

Gam is slang for leg.
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Gam

Gam is the collective noun for a group of whales.
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