Clem’s



a male given name, form of Clement.
verb clems, clemming, clemmed, clams, clamming, clammed
(when transitive, usually passive) (English, dialect) to be hungry or cause to be hungry

A small-town resident; rural person, esp one who is easily duped
An inhabitant of the place where the circus is playing (1920s+ Circus)

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