Associations to the word «Aam»

Wiktionary

AAM, noun. (historical) A Dutch and German measure of liquids, used in England for Rhine wine, varying in different cities, being in Amsterdam about 41 wine gallons, in Antwerp 36½, and in Hamburg 38¼. [first attested around 1350 to 1470]
AAM, noun. (military) Initialism of air-to-air missile.

Wise words

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John Locke