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A dam is a barrier obstructing flowing water. Dam may also refer to:
- Dam, Afghanistan
- Dam, Bhutan
- Dam, Gennep, a place in the Dutch municipality of Gennep
- Dam, Hollands Kroon, a place in the Dutch municipality of Hollands Kroon
- Dam Square, a square in Amsterdam
- Den Dam, an area in northern Antwerp, Belgium
Abbreviations and acronyms
- Damascus International Airport's IATA code
- Database activity monitoring
- Delaware Art Museum
- Denver Art Museum
- Deutsche Angelgeräte Manufaktur
- Diego Armando Maradona
- Digital Asset Management
- Direct Action Movement
- Download Acquisition Mode
- Dam (Mother), the counterpart of a sire, particularly in animal breeding. See also Mare.
- Dam (methylase), DNA adenine methylase
- Dam (band), a British metal band
- DAM (band), a Palestinian rap group
- Dam (coin), a small Indian coin
- Dental dam
- DAMS, Driot Arnoux Motorsport, a French-based motor-racing team.
- WCMG, a radio station licensed to Latta, South Carolina, United States which once called itself "94.3 The Dam"
- Reservoir created by such a barrier (in some English dialects including Australian English)
- Dam, a dancer in the Dominican folk dance bélé
- DAM (chemotherapy) is a chemotherapy regimen consisting of Daunorubicin, Ara-C (cytarabine) and Mercaptopurine.
People with the name
- Atli Pætursson Dam, Prime Minister of the Faroe Islands
- Henrik Dam, Danish biochemist and physiologist and winner of the Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1943
- José van Dam, Belgian bass-baritone
- Kenneth W. Dam, American lawyer and politician
- Laurens ten Dam, Dutch road racing cyclist
- Peter Mohr Dam, Faroe Islands politician
- Rob Van Dam, American film actor and wrestler
- Thomas Dam, inventor of the troll doll
- Thanh Xuan Dam, Vietnamese swimmer and martial artist
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