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Gram is a unit of measurement of mass.
Gram may also refer to:
- Gram (Denmark), a town
- Gram municipality, a municipality in Denmark
- Grand Rapids Art Museum (popularly known by its acronym GRAM), an art museum in Michigan
- Hans Gram (1754-1804), Danish-American musician
- Zénobe Gramme (1826–1901), Belgian electrical engineer
- Jørgen Pedersen Gram (1850–1916), Danish mathematician and actuary
- Hans Christian Gram (1853–1938), Danish scientist who invented Gram staining
- Peder Gram (1881–1956), Danish composer and organist
- Jason Gram (born 1984), Australian rules footballer
- Gram Parsons (1946–1973), American singer and musician
- Abbreviation for grandmother
Mythology and fiction
- Gram (mythology), a sword in Norse mythology
- Gram of Denmark, a legendary Danish king
- Gram (Middle-earth), a King of Rohan from J. R. R. Tolkien's fiction
- Mount Gram (Middle-earth), a fictional place in Tolkien's writings
- Grams: Penny Halliwell, grandmother of the Charmed Ones on the WB television series Charmed
- The name given to the lance of Gallantmon
Science and technology
- Gram staining, a method of distinguishing bacteria
- GRAM domain, a domain found in some membrane-associated proteins
- Grid Resource Allocation Manager, a component of the Globus Toolkit in grid computing
- Gramian matrix, used in mathematics to test for linear independence of functions
- GRAM, Graphic (GPL) Random Access Memory, used in the TI-99/4A
- Gram, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hewlett Packard, based on their acquisition of Palm, Inc.
Agriculture and horticulture
- Gram, a former name for chickpeas, applied with adjectives to a variety of lentils pulses:
- Gram, the abbreviation for the orchid genus Grammatophyllum
- Gram panchayat, a local government division in India.
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