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Correct spelling for NAM

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Possible correct spellings for nam

  • Name(Definition of name)
  • What's the man's name?"

  • Nag(Definition of nag)
  • For you will go to the rubbish heap with nag.

  • Cam(Definition of cam)
  • A' the things luikit as gien they had sattlet themsel's to sleep as usual, an' had sleepit till we cam an' waukit them.

  • Am(Definition of AM)
  • I am a woman, mr. smart."

  • Ham(Definition of ham)
  • But when even the baronet had disposed of his last egg-shell, pushed the ham fairly away from him, and swallowed his last bowl of tea, the beautiful colour of helen began gradually to deepen; she ceased to speak, and hardly seemed to hear what was said to her.

  • Ram(Definition of ram)
  • Then the golden ram flew upward.

  • Nae
  • Ye hae nae business i' this pool ony way.

  • Na(Definition of na)
  • "for that maitter, cosmo, are na we a' brithers an' sisters?

  • Nm
  • Maritime claims: continental shelf : median line with neighbors exclusive fishing zone: median line with neighbors (extends about 68 km from coast) territorial sea: 12 nm

  • Nap(Definition of nap)
  • If you will excuse me, i will take a nap.

  • Nam(Definition of Nam)
  • C. nam seja tam longa a cura como o tempo que serui.

  • Nat(Definition of Nat)
  • Of worldly worsyp no man can hym assure in this our age whiche is the last of all no creature can here alway endure yonge nor olde, pore man nor kynge royall unstable fortune tourneth as doth a ball and they that ones pas can nat retourne agayne wherfore i boldly dare speke in generall we all shall dye: ce monde est choce vayne.

  • Nan(Definition of nan)
  • Nan whispered first: "it's sassoon."

  • Nah
  • Ther's chimleys an factrys i' ivvery nook nah, but ther's varry few left 'at con fodder a caah; an ther's telegraff poles all o'th' edge o'th' highways, whear grew bonny green trees i' thi gronfayther's days.

  • Lam(Definition of lam)
  • L. lam. we acknowledge, there are many grievances in that act; but there are many conveniences too, for it ties up the villanous tongues of men from boasting our favours.

  • Jam(Definition of jam)
  • "jam," i added, "and cheese."

  • Sam(Definition of sam)
  • "let me have it," sam urged.

  • Yam(Definition of yam)
  • As mildred was the name of one of the young ladies who had accosted him in the restaurant, mr. middleton felt quite certain that this a. b. d. alyam was none other than achmed ben daoud, emir of the tribe of al-yam.

  • Nab(Definition of nab)
  • Well, the days pass; and i never nab him.

  • Mam(Definition of mam)
  • Mam. i do see the old ingredient, virtue, was not lost, nor the drug money used to make your compound.

  • Tam
  • The black boys stood afar off, for the "wat-tam" is so arrogant and pugnacious that it does not hesitate to attack a man, invariably with fatal results if great vigilance be not exercised-at least, such is their belief.

  • Pam
  • I don't know how in the world it's done, but i can find out, and pam would come, and david, and we'd be married in the little church among the blossoms.

  • Nay(Definition of nay)
  • "nay, that is no answer," he cried, overlooking my offensiveness.

  • Dam(Definition of dam)
  • Only thing is, they ought not to have spoiled the island and the eagle nest with their old dam.

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