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kame

noun \ˈkām\

Definition of KAME

:  a short ridge, hill, or mound of stratified drift deposited by glacial meltwater

Origin of KAME

Scots, kame, comb, from Middle English (northern) camb comb, from Old English
First Known Use: 1795

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