Cam (disambiguation)

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A cam is a mechanical linkage which translates motion.

Cam or CAM may also refer to:

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Acronyms[edit]

Computing[edit]

In biology[edit]

In the military[edit]

  • CAM ship (Catapult Aircraft Merchantman), a type of World War II merchant ship which could launch, but not recover, fighter aircraft
  • Corpo d'Armata Motocorazzato, an Italian Army corps during World War II

In finance[edit]

Museums[edit]

Other[edit]

Places[edit]

Rivers[edit]

People[edit]

  • Cam (name), a list of people with either the given name or surname
  • A nickname for the rapper Cam'ron
  • DJ Cam (born Laurent Daumail in 1973), French DJ

Codes[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Tropical Storm Cam (disambiguation), two tropical cyclones in the Pacific Ocean
  • Cam (bootleg), a form of motion picture copying
  • .cam file format, used by CadSoft Eagle for CAM processor configuration files
  • CAM the Ram, mascot of the athletic teams of Colorado State University
  • Cam FM, a student-run radio station at the University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University
  • Cam ECS, a 2014 Nerf blaster released under the N-Strike Elite series

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