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Cham may refer to:
- Cham Albanians, also spelled as Çam, a people originating in northern Greece of Albanian descent
- Cham people, in Vietnam and Cambodia
- a variant spelling of Ham (son of Noah)
- Adongo Agada Cham (1959–2011), king of the Anuak people of southeastern Sudan and western Ethiopia
- Jorge Cham, a comic-book artist
- Chamillionaire, American Hip-Hop Artist
- Patrick Cham (born 1959), French basketball player
- Cham Prasidh (born 1951), Cambodian Minister of Trade
- Amédée de Noé, a French artist whose pseudonym was "Cham"
- Cham (singer) (born 1977), Jamaica reggae artist known for the single "Ghetto Story"
- Cham (novel), a novel by British writer Jonathan Trigell set in Chamonix Mont Blanc
- Cham (film), a 1931 Polish-language film directed by Charles Méré and Jan Nowina-Przybylski
- Cham Dance, a masked dance associated with some sects of Buddhism
- Cham, a colloquial name for the French mountain town of Chamonix Mont Blanc
- Cham, Germany, town
- Cham (district), Germany
- Cham, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province, Iran
- Cham, Hamadan, Hamadan Province, Iran
- Cham, Behbahan, Khuzestan Province, Iran
- Cham, Izeh, Khuzestan Province, Iran
- Cham, Ramshir, Khuzestan Province, Iran
- Cham is a common element in Iranian place names; see All pages with titles containing "Cham"
- Cham, Switzerland, a city in the Canton of Zug, Switzerland
- Cham Islands of Vietnam
- Cham, Kantharalak, Sisaket Province, Thailand
- author abbreviation of German poet and botanist Adelbert von Chamisso (1781–1838)
- Cham Bank, the first Islamic bank to be established in Syria
- Cham Palaces and Hotels, a Syrian-based hotel chain
- CHAM, a radio station in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
- a fictional girl band in the anime Perfect Blue
- a nickname for a tram in Melbourne, Australia
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