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Siam is an exonym that was used as the name of Thailand before 24 June 1939, and again from 8 September 1945 to 20 July 1949; see History of Thailand. The historical kingdoms referred to by the name Siam include:
- Ayutthaya Kingdom (1351–1767)
- Thonburi Kingdom (1768–1782)
- Rattanakosin Empire (1782-1856)
- Siam Empire (1856–1932)
- Siam Kingdom (1932-1940), (1945-1948)
- Central Thailand and Southern Thailand region called Siam
Siam may also refer to:
- Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers, an organization representing automobile manufacturers in India
- Songs in A Minor, the 2001 Grammy Award-winning debut album by Alicia Keys
- Salón Internacional del Automóvil México, an annual auto show in Mexico City
- Siam di Tella, an Argentine company founded by Torcuato di Tella in 1911
- Siam is the self-titled debut studio album by Colombian recording duo Siam.
- Siam (duo), Colombian musical duo made up of Carlos and Caro. 2009 winners of the third series of El factor X, the Colombian edition of The X Factor.
- Siam area in Bangkok, the neighbourhood surrounding Siam Square and several shopping centres within the vicinity which bear Siam as part of their names
- Siam Skytrain Station, which serves this area
- Rue de Siam (Siam Street) in Brest, France
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