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A kame is a geomorphological feature.
Kame or KAME may also refer to:
- Khami, or Kame, an ancient city of Zimbabwe
- The KAME project, a cooperative UNIX IPv6 coding effort of six Japanese companies
- KAME-TV, a television station (channel 20) licensed to Reno, Nevada, United States
- Kame Sen'nin (Japanese for Turtle Hermit) or Master Roshi, a character in Dragon Ball media
- Kazuya Kamenashi (亀梨和也 Kamenashi Kazuya), also known as Kame, a Japanese singer, member of the group KAT-TUN
People with the name
- Amy Kame (born 1992), American basketball player
- Mario Kame (born 1995), Albanian footballer
- Kamé Ali (born 1984), Malagasy athlete
- Kame Nakamura (1898–2012), Japanese centenarian
- Came (disambiguation)
- Kaim (disambiguation)
- Kame Island, in Antarctica
- All pages with a title containing Kame
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