A low steep-sided hill created by a melting glacier. Kames are mostly composed of sand or gravel that accumulate in or on a immobilized glacier and are dumped on the land surface when the glacier melts.

Japanese for "turtle". This is the name of a common BSD IPv6 implementation.

See http://www.kame.org.

Kame (?), n.

A low ridge. [Scot.] See Eschar.

 

© Webster 1913.

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