Correct spelling for KAM

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Possible correct spellings for kam

  • cam An' whan that cam to the knowledge o' the auld gentleman, he sent his fowk to gether them up an' bury them oot o' sicht.
  • dam Want to see the big dam at the head, at the old ferry?"
  • ham You know what happened to Ham for having revealed his father's shame.
  • jam Have you any friends who would send us a good big lot of nice jam?
  • kama Mr. Arbuthnot was still living at Upper House Court, Guildford, studying, writing books, and encouraging struggling men of letters with a generosity that earned for him the name of "the English Mecaenas;" and it was there the friends discussed the publications of the Kama Shastra Society and made arrangements for the issue of fresh volumes.
  • km Two individuals were sighted on the east coast of the mainland at Puerto Juarez on August 4. The species was common 3 to 13 km.
  • lam An't please your Honours, my Husband prays too much; which both hinders his private bus'ness at home, and his publick Services to the Commonwealth- L. Lam.
  • mam As I was setting out, Jimmy said to his mother: "Don' 'ee let Mister Ronals go, Mam 'Idger."
  • ram Ram Das tell him so."
  • sam Sam opened it, an' I tuk out de things.
  • tam He was born in Ayrshire, on the banks of "bonny Doon," in a clay biggin not far from "Alloway's auld haunted kirk," the scene of the witch dance in Tam O'Shanter.
  • yam It's turned all a mumble of cold just thinking of it-yam!
  • Kan The 3d, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Kan.
  • Nam Nam Deus omnibus religionibus commune nomen est.
  • Pam Pam leant her thin arms on the table, and meditated for a long, thoughtful moment.
  • Kay I could hardly wait to hear her "explanations," and so I was glad Mrs. Ess Kay and Miss Woodburn were hypnotised by Mother into thinking they wanted to go early to bed.
  • Kim How old are you, Kim?
  • AM What am I to do?

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