Dram

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Dram or DRAM may refer to:

Technology and engineering[edit]

  • Dram (unit), a unit of mass and volume, and an informal name for a small amount of liquor, especially whisky or whiskey
  • Dynamic random-access memory, a type of electronic semiconductor memory
  • Dram, Welsh term for a minecart, a small railway cargo truck used in a mine railway

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]

  • Dram shop, a bar, tavern or similar commercial establishment where alcoholic beverages are sold
  • Dirham, a unit of currency, derived from the dram unit of mass
  • The Drams, an American band made up of members of Slobberbone