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Ram

Ram, ram, or RAM may refer to:

Contents

  • Used as a word (not as an initialism) 1
    • Animals 1.1
    • Military 1.2
    • Music 1.3
    • Other 1.4
    • People and characters 1.5
    • Places and locations 1.6
    • Science and technology 1.7
    • Sports teams 1.8
    • Vehicles 1.9
  • Used as an abbreviation or acronym 2
    • Organizations 2.1
    • Science and technology 2.2
    • Other 2.3
  • See also 3

Used as a word (not as an initialism)

Animals

Military

  • Battering ram, a heavy tool used to batter open walls or gates
  • Ramming, a tactic in which a vessel or vehicle runs into another
  • Naval ram, a ram affixed to the bows of some warships until the late 19th century
  • Ram tank, a Canadian tank of World War II
  • Ram (rocket), an American anti-tank weapon of the Korean War
  • Rolling Airframe Missile, a naval surface-to-air missile

Music

  • RAM (band), a mizik rasin band based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
  • Ram (album), a 1971 album by Paul and Linda McCartney
  • Ram Jam (band), a rock band from the 1970s
  • Ram Records, an English drum and bass record label
  • Ram Trilogy, a drum and bass producer and DJ trio, consisting of Andy C, Shimon and Ant Miles

Other

People and characters

Places and locations

  • Ram Fortress, fortress in Serbia
  • Ram River in Alberta, Canada
  • Ram, Serbia, a settlement in the municipality of Veliko Gradište, in the Braničevo District of Serbia

Science and technology

Sports teams

  • Dewsbury Rams, a rugby League team from Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
  • RAM Racing, a Formula One racing team active between 1976 and 1985
  • Derby County F.C., an English football club known as the Rams
  • St. Louis Rams, the National Football League team from St. Louis, Missouri, United States
  • Fordham Rams, the sports teams of Fordham University in New York City, New York, United States
  • Framingham State University, the sports teams of Framingham State University in Framingham, Massachusetts, United States
  • Colorado State Rams, the sports teams of Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
  • Rawalpindi Rams, a domestic Twenty 20 cricket team from Rawalpindi, Pakistan
  • Rhode Island Rams, the sports teams of the University of Rhode Island in Kingston, Rhode Island, United States
  • Virginia Commonwealth University Rams, the sports teams of Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia, United States
  • Shepherd University, the sports teams of Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, West Virginia, United States

Vehicles

  • Ramjet, a type of jet engine particularly suitable for supersonic speeds
  • Ram Trucks, a United States-based brand of light pick-up trucks since 2009, formerly known as the Dodge Truck Division of Chrysler Corp.
    • Ram Pickup, produced by Ram Trucks
    • See also: Dodge Ram (disambiguation), a common name for past truck vehicles from Dodge.

Used as an abbreviation or acronym

Organizations

Science and technology

Other

See also

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