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Definitions of kame in various dictionaries:
A short ridge or mound of sand and gravel deposited during the melting of glacial ice.
noun - a mound of detrital material
KAME - A kame is a glacial landform, an irregularly shaped hill or mound composed of sand, gravel and till that accumulates in a depression on a retreating ...
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|It's deposited when glacial ice melts|
|Glacial sand deposit|
|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Feb 4 2015 Universal|
|Aug 14 2014 USA Today|
|Jul 10 2014 Universal|
|Oct 22 2012 Universal|
|Dec 15 2010 USA Today|
|Aug 27 2005 Universal|
|Feb 23 2002 Universal|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|A short ridge or mound of sand and gravel deposited during the melting of glacial ice.|
|a steep-sided mound of sand and gravel deposited by a melting ice sheet.|
|Kame, Karan State, MYANMAR (Burma)|
|Kame, Yangon, MYANMAR (Burma)|
|Kame, Volta, GHANA|
|Kame, Matabeleland North, ZIMBABWE|
|A kame is a glacial landform, an irregularly shaped hill or mound composed of sand, gravel and till that accumulates in a depression on a retreating glacier, and is then deposited on the land surface with further melting of the glacier. Kames are often associated with kettles, and this is referred to as kame and kettle topography. The word kame is a variant of comb (kame, or kaim is the Old Scotch word for comb), which has the meaning "crest" among others. The geological term was introduced by Thomas Jamieson in 1874.According to White, "kames were formed by meltwater which deposited more or less washed material at irregular places in and along melting ice. At places the material is very well washed and stratified; at others it is more poorly washed, with inclusions of till masses that fell from ice but were covered before they were completely washed. Kame gravels thus tend to be variable and range from fine to coarse grained and even to cobbly and boulder."With the melting of the gl|