How Do You Spell HAM?

Correct spelling for the English word "ham" is [h_ˈa_m], [hˈam], [hˈam]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of HAM

  1. ham, n. the back of the thigh: the thigh of an animal, esp. of a hog salted and dried. [A.S. hamm; cf. dial. Ger. hamme.]

Common Misspellings for HAM

Below is the list of 342 misspellings for the word "ham".

Usage Examples for HAM

  1. Old Peggotty and Ham are, of course, impossible. - "Idle Ideas in 1905" by Jerome K. Jerome
  2. The first time it was a pocket- book and three dollars, and the second time it was a ham. - "The Other Fellow" by F. Hopkinson Smith
  3. I found a place where you can get regular ham and eggs." - "Ruggles of Red Gap" by Harry Leon Wilson
  4. Mother, shall I give you some ham? - "Our Bessie" by Rosa Nouchette Carey
  5. Chips carried the big, heavy ham, and Johnnie was keeping firm hold of a hen, who stretched her neck and looked very uncomfortable in her quarters under his arm. - "Jewel's Story Book" by Clara Louise Burnham