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Cameron

[ kam-er-uhn, kam-ruhn ]
/ ˈkæm ər ən, ˈkæm rən /
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noun

Julia Margaret, 1815–79, English photographer, born in India.
Richard, 1648?–80, Scottish Covenanter.
Mount, a mountain in central Colorado, in the Park Range of the Rocky Mountains. 14,238 feet (4,342 meters).

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OTHER WORDS FROM Cameron

Cam·er·o·ni·an [kam-uh-roh-nee-uhn, -rohn-yuhn], /ˌkæm əˈroʊ ni ən, -ˈroʊn yən/, adjective, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for Cameron

Cameron
/ (ˈkæmərən) /

noun

David (William Donald). born 1966, British politician; leader of the Conservative party from 2005; prime minister from 2010
(Mark) James (Walter). 1911–85, British journalist, author, and broadcaster. His books include Witness in Vietnam (1966) and Point of Departure (1967).
Julia Margaret. 1815–79, British photographer, born in India, renowned for her portrait photographs.
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