Ram, in the Bible. 1 Ancestor of David. In the New Testament he is called Aram. 2 Son of Jerahmeel. 3 Ancestor of Elihu.
Ram, The, English name for Aries, a constellation.

Ram, ram, or RAM as a non-acronymic word

As a non-acronymic word Ram, ram, or RAM may refer to:


  • Sheep, an uncastrated male of which is called a ram
  • Ram cichlid, a species of freshwater fish endemic to Colombia and Venezuela


  • Ramming, a military tactic in which one vehicle runs into another
  • Naval ram, a weapon affixed to the bow of ironclad battleships in the late 19th century
  • Ram tank, a Canadian tank of the Second World War

In music

  • RAM (band), a mizik rasin band based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti
  • rAm (band), a short-lived rock and roll band from Oregon, USA, active in 2002
  • Ram (band), a short-lived progressive rock band based in New York City, United States, active in 1972
  • Ram (album), a 1971 UK #1 album by Paul & Linda McCartney

Sports teams


  • Ram is a very common Hindu name for males, as it was the name of their God who happened to be the king of Ayodhya in ancient India, Shri Rama
  • Ram (Bible)
  • Ramnaresh Sarwan, a West Indian cricket player
  • Andy Ram, an Israeli tennis player
  • Ram, a fictional character from the science fiction television program The Tribe
  • Rama (disambiguation) for other people named Ram (spelled also as Rama)

In hydraulics

  • Hydraulic ram, a type of water-powered cyclic pump
    • Rams, used as tools to extract victims of a car collision from the vehicle


RAM as an abbreviation

The abbreviation RAM may refer to:

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