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pam

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noun Cards.
the jack of clubs, especially in a form of loo in which it is the best trump.
a game in which this card is trump.
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Origin of pam

1675–85; short for French pamphile, special use of Pamphile man's name

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Pam
[ pam ]
/ pæm /

noun
a female given name, form of Pamela.

Other definitions for pam (3 of 4)

PAM

Aerospace. payload assist module.
Telecommunications. pulse-amplitude modulation.

Other definitions for pam (4 of 4)

pam.

abbreviation
pamphlet.
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