ham

  1. thigh of a hog (usually smoked)
  2. an unskilled actor who overacts

Ham

As in 'What a Ham'. Term used for a horse that has been in a good paddock/looks a little large around the edges.
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Ham

Ham is a processed pork foodstuff, which undergoes preservation through curing, smoking, or salting. Ham was traditionally made only from the hind leg of swine, and referred to that specific cut of pork. Ham is made around the world, including a number of regional specialties, although the term now has wider usage and can also be used to refer to ...
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Ham

Ham is the thigh and rump of pork, cut from the haunch of a pig or boar. Although it may be cooked and served fresh, most ham is cured in some fashion
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Ham

(from the article `Noah`) ...first, the passage attributes the beginnings of agriculture, and in particular the cultivation of the vine, to Noah; second, it attempts to ...
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ham

[n] - (Old Testament) son of Noah 2. [n] - a licensed amateur radio operator 3. [n] - an unskilled actor who overacts 4. [n] - meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked)
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Ham

• (n.) Home. • (n.) The thigh of any animal; especially, the thigh of a hog cured by salting and smoking. • (n.) The region back of the knee joint; the popliteal space; the hock.
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ham

jambon noun meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked)
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Ham

[chimpanzee] Ham (July 1956 – January 19, 1983), also known as Ham the Chimp and Ham the Astrochimp, was a chimpanzee and the first Hominidae launched into space, on 31 January 1961, as part of America`s space program. Ham`s name is an acronym for the lab which prepared him for his historic mission — the Holloman Aerospace Medical Cente...
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Ham

[son of Noah] == Etymology == According to the Hebrew Bible, Ham was one of the sons of Noah and the father of Cush, Mizraim, Phut and Canaan, who are interpreted as having populated Africa and adjoining parts of Asia. The Bible refers to Egypt as `the land of Ham` in {bibleref2|Psalms.78:51;105:23,27;106:22;1Chronicles.4:40||9|Psalms 78:51...
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Ham

Ham (hăm) noun [ Anglo-Saxon ham ; akin to Dutch ham , dial. German hamme , Old High German hamma . Perh. named from the bend at the ham, and akin to English chamber . Confer Gammon ham.] 1. (Anat.) The region back of the knee joint; the p...
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Ham

Ham (häm) noun Home. [ North of Eng.] Chaucer.
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HAM

1. (initial) Heavy Assault Missile. 2. (initial) Heavy Assault Missile Launcher.
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ham

1. <anatomy> The region back of the knee joint; the popliteal space; the hock. ... 2. The thigh of any animal; especially, the thigh of a hog cured by salting and smoking. 'A plentiful lack of wit, together with most weak ham.' (Shak) ... Origin: AS. Ham; akin to D. Ham, dial. G. Hamme, OHG. Hamma. Perh. Named from the bend at the ham, and ak...
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Ham

A 44-month-old male chimpanzee launched on board Mercury Capsule No. 5 at 11:55 am on January 31, 1961, for a suborbital flight. He was named for the initials of Holloman Aerospace Medical Center, New Mexico where the space chimps lived and trained, and also after the commander of Holloman Aeromedic...
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ham

Ham is an incompetent boxer
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Ham

Ham is slang for an amateur radio enthusiast.
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Ham

Ham is the inner angle of the joint which unites the thigh and the leg of an animal, but more generally the term is understood to mean the cured and smoked thigh of the ox, sheep, or pig, especially pig (pork). Traditionally, the meat is first well rubbed with salt, and a few days after it is rubbed again with a mixture of salt, saltpetre, and suga...
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ham

ham, hind leg of a hog above the hock joint, prepared for food by curing or smoking. Ham is one of the earliest of preserved meats; it is now a leading product of the meatpacking industry. The flavor and quality of ham depend on the age, condition, and feeding of the swine and on the smoke used in c...
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HAM

Hold And Modify. This enables your Amiga to display more colours. On OCS/ECS machines it showed 4096 colours whilst AGA machines such as the A1200, CD³² and A4000 used the more advanced HAM8 to show 256,000 colours at once.
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Ham

In Norse mythology, Ham is a storm demon or weather spirit.
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Ham

Inshore minesweeper class vessel [UK]
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Ham

The hind leg of a hog. The taste of ham is affected by the age and breed of the hog, as well as by the food that the hog was fed. The unprocessed meat is called 'fresh ham,' but most ham is cured.
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ham

the rear leg of a hog prepared as food, either fresh or preserved through a curing process that involves salting, smoking, or drying. The two hams ...
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Ham

town, upper valley of the Somme River, Somme département, Picardie région, France, southwest of Saint-Quentin. Its medieval fortress, used for ...
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