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Miriam was the sister of Moses in the Bible.
Miriam or Myriam (the French variant) may also refer to:
- Miriam (given name)
- Miriam Yeung, Cantopop singer, sometimes known as just "Miriam"
- Miriam Stockley, South African-born British singer
- Mirriam, the English vocaloid from Zero-G, voiced by Miriam Stockley
- Miriam, pen name of Zenon Przesmycki (1861-1944), Polish poet, translator and art critic
- Miriam (TV personality), a Mexican reality television show transsexual woman
- Myriam Montemayor Cruz, better known as Myriam, a Mexican recording artist
- 102 Miriam, an asteroid
- Minimum Information Required in the Annotation of Models (MIRIAM), an effort to standardise the annotation and curation process of quantitative models of biological systems
- Hurricane Miriam (disambiguation), six tropical cyclones in the Eastern Pacific Ocean
- "Miriam" (short story), by Truman Capote
- Miriam (film), a 1957 Finnish film
- Meriam language, also spelled Miriam, spoken by the people of several islands in the Torres Strait, Queensland, Australia
- Miriam Hospital, a private, not-for-profit hospital in Providence, Rhode Island
- Miriam College, Quezon City, Philippines, a Catholic school for girls and young women
- Hurricane Joan–Miriam, a 1988 hurricane that struck the Caribbean and Central America
- Maryam (disambiguation)
- Mariam (disambiguation)
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