Kame



[keym] /keɪm/

noun, Physical Geography.
1.
a ridge or mound of stratified drift left by a retreating ice sheet.
[keym] /keɪm/
noun, Scot.
1.
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/keɪm/
noun
1.
an irregular mound or ridge of gravel, sand, etc, deposited by water derived from melting glaciers
kame
(kām)
A small hill or ridge consisting of layers of sand and gravel deposited by a meltwater stream at the margin of a melting glacier.

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