Word:

Ham

Pronunciation: hăm
n.1.Home.
1.
1.(Anat.) The region back of the knee joint; the popliteal space; the hock.
2.The thigh of any animal; especially, the thigh of a hog cured by salting and smoking.
1.a person who performs in a showy or exaggerated style; - used especially of actors. Also used attributively, as, a ham actor.
2.The licensed operator of an amateur radio station.
v. i.1.(Theater) To act with exaggerated voice and gestures; to overact.
ham it up
to act in a showy fashion or to act so as to attract attention; to ham.
Noun1.ham - meat cut from the thigh of a hog (usually smoked)
Synonyms: gammon, jambon
2.Ham - (Old Testament) son of Noah
3.ham - a licensed amateur radio operator
4.ham - an unskilled actor who overacts
Synonyms: ham actor
Verb1.ham - exaggerate one's acting
To dream that you are eating ham, signifies festivities and togetherness. To see hams in your dream, indicates that you are experiencing some emotional difficulties. The symbol may also be metaphor to suggest your desire for attention.ARRL, acting, actor-proof, all-star, amateur radio operator, ankle, bacon, ballet, balletic, bayonet legs, be theatrical, bowlegs, buffoonery, business, butt, calf, characterization, chitterlings, cinematic, cinematographic, cnemis, cochon de lait, control engineer, country town, cracklings, crossroads, declaim, dramatic, dramatical, dramaturgic, drumstick, emote, emotionalize, fat back, film, filmic, flitch, foreleg, gag, gamb, gambrel, gammon, gigot, grimace, grimacer, gush, ham actor, ham it up, ham steak, hamlet, hammy, hammy acting, haslet, headcheese, hind leg, histrionic, hock, hoke, hokum, impersonation, jamb, jambon, jambonneau, knee, lard, leg, legitimate, limb, make a scene, melodramatic, milked, mimesis, mimicking, mimicry, miming, mixer, monitor, monodramatic, movie, mug, mummery, operatic, out-herod Herod, overact, overacted, overacting, overdramatize, overplayed, pantomiming, patter, performance, performing, personation, picnic ham, pieds de cochon, pig, playacting, playing, podite, popliteal space, pork, porkpie, portrayal, projection, radio electrician, radio engineer, radio operator, radio technician, radioman, radiotelegrapher, radiotrician, rant, representation, roar, salt pork, scenic, scissor-legs, sentimentalize, shank, shin, side of bacon, slapstick, slobber over, slop over, small ham, sowbelly, spectacular, spout, stage business, stage directions, stage presence, stagelike, stageworthy, stagy, starstruck, stellar, stems, stumps, stunt, suckling pig, taking a role, tarsus, theaterlike, theatrical, theatricalize, thespian, thorp, throw away, thrown away, trotters, underact, underacted, underplayed, vaudevillian, village, wick
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