[ram-buhngk-shuh s] /ræmˈbʌŋk ʃəs/
difficult to control or handle; wildly boisterous:
a rambunctious child.
turbulently active and noisy:
a social gathering that became rambunctious and out of hand.
(informal) boisterous; unruly
1859, earlier rumbunctious, 1830, probably altered (by influence of ram) from rumbustious.
Boisterous; obstreperous; wild
[1859+; origin unknown; rumbunctious is found by 1830]
- Rambus dram
storage (RDRAM) A high bandwidth DRAM, designed by Rambus, Inc. of Mountain View, CA. RDRAM is used mainly for video accelerators, and also in the Ultra 64 from Nintendo. It offers sustained transfer rates of around 1000 Mbps, compared to 200 Mbps for ordinary DRAM. Although it cannot be used as a direct replacement for […]
[ram-boot-n] /ræmˈbut n/ noun 1. the bright-red oval fruit of a Malayan, sapindaceous tree, Nephelium lappaceum, covered with soft spines, or hairs, and having a subacid taste. 2. the tree itself. /ræmˈbuːtən/ noun 1. a sapindaceous tree, Nephelium lappaceum, native to SE Asia, that has bright red edible fruit 2. the fruit of this tree
abbreviation 1. Royal Army Medical Corps
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