Ceram


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Ce·ram

 (sā′räm′, sĕ-räN′)
See Seram.
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Ceram

(sɪˈræm)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Seram
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Ce•ram

or Se•ram

(sɪˈræm, ˈseɪ rɑm)

n.
an island of the Moluccas in Indonesia, W of New Guinea. 100,000; 7191 sq. mi. (18,625 sq. km).
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