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Noun: ham  ham
  1. Meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked)
    - jambon, gammon
  2. A licensed amateur radio operator
  3. An unskilled actor who overacts
    - ham actor
  4. The back of the thigh
Verb: ham (hammed,hamming)  ham
  1. (dramaturgy) exaggerate one's acting
    - overact, ham it up, overplay
Noun: Ham  ham
  1. (Old Testament) son of Noah

Derived forms: hammed, hams, hamming

Type of: act, actor, adult male, bozo [N. Amer, informal], cat [N. Amer, informal], chappie [Brit, informal], cut of pork, geezer [Brit, informal], guy [informal], histrion, hombre [N. Amer, informal], man, play, playact, player, radio operator, role player, roleplay, sod [Brit, informal], thespian

Encyclopedia: Ham, Plymouth