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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Dram \Dram\ (dr[a^]m), n. [OF. drame, F. drachme, L. drachma,
     drachm, drachma, fr. Gr. drachmh`, prop., a handful, fr.
     dra`ssesqai to grasp. Cf. {Drachm}, {Drachma}.]
     1. A weight; in Apothecaries' weight, one eighth part of an
        ounce, or sixty grains; in Avoirdupois weight, one
        sixteenth part of an ounce, or 27.34375 grains.


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     2. A minute quantity; a mite.
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              Were I the chooser, a dram of well-doing should be
              preferred before many times as mush the forcible
              hindrance of evildoing.               --Milton.
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     3. As much spirituous liquor as is usually drunk at once; as,
        a dram of brandy; hence, a potation or potion; as, a dram
        of poison. --Shak.
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     4. (Numis.) A Persian daric. --Ezra ii. 69.
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     {Fluid dram}, or {Fluid drachm}. See under {Fluid}.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Dram \Dram\, v. i. & t.
     To drink drams; to ply with drams. [Low] --Johnson.
     --Thackeray.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  DRAM \DRAM\, D-RAM \D-RAM\n. (Computers)
     same as {dynamic RAM}. [acron.]
  
     Syn: dynamic RAM.
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From WordNet (r) 2.0 [wn]:

  dram
       n 1: a unit of apothecary weight equal to an eighth of an ounce
            or to 60 grains [syn: {drachm}, {drachma}]
       2: 1/16 ounce or 1.771 grams
       3: the basic unit of money in Armenia

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 [moby-thes]:

  120 Moby Thesaurus words for "dram":
     ace, atom, beverage, bit, bumper, carat, centigram, crumb, dab,
     dash, decagram, decigram, dole, dollop, dose, dot, draft,
     dram avoirdupois, drench, dribble, driblet, drink, drop, dwarf,
     dyne, farthing, finger, fleck, flyspeck, force, fragment, gargle,
     gobbet, grain, gram, granule, groat, gulp, guzzle, hair, handful,
     hoot, hundredweight, iota, jigger, jolt, jot, kilo, kilogram, lap,
     libation, little, little bit, lota, mass, megaton, milligram,
     minim, minimum, minutiae, mite, modicum, mole, molecule, mote, nip,
     nutshell, ounce, ounce avoirdupois, ounce troy, particle, pebble,
     peg, pennyweight, pinch, pittance, point, portion, potation,
     potion, pound, pound avoirdupois, pound troy, poundal, pull, quaff,
     quick one, round, round of drinks, scruple, shot, shred, sip, slug,
     slurp, smidgen, smitch, snack, snifter, snort, speck, splash,
     spoonful, spot, stone, suck, sup, swig, swill, thimbleful,
     tiny bit, tittle, ton, tot, trifling amount, trivia,
     units of weight, weight, wet, whit
  
  

From Virtual Entity of Relevant Acronyms (Version 1.9, June 2002) [vera]:

  DRAM
       Dynamic Random Access Memory (RAM, IC)
       
       

From The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (27 SEP 03) [foldoc]:

  DRAM
       
          {dynamic random access memory}
       
       

From Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary [easton]:

  Dram
     The Authorized Version understood the word 'adarkonim (1 Chr.
     29:7; Ezra 8:27), and the similar word darkomnim (Ezra 2:69;
     Neh. 7:70), as equivalent to the Greek silver coin the drachma.
     But the Revised Version rightly regards it as the Greek
     dareikos, a Persian gold coin (the daric) of the value of about
     1 pound, 2s., which was first struck by Darius, the son of
     Hystaspes, and was current in Western Asia long after the fall
     of the Persian empire. (See {DARIC}.)
     

















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