KJV Dictionary Definition: ram
RAM, n. See the Verb.
1. The male of the sheep or ovine genus; in some parts of England called a tup. In the United States, the word is applied, I believe, to no other male, except in the compound ram-cat.
2. In astronomy, Aries, the sign of the zodiac which the sun enters on the 21st of March, or a constellation of fixed stars in the figure of a ram. It is considered the first of the twelve signs.
3. An engine of war, used formerly for battering and demolishing the walls of cities; called a battering-ram. See Battering-ram.
RAM, v.t. L. ramus, a branch that is a shoot or thrust. Heb. See Cram.
1. To thrust or drive with violence; to force in; to drive down or together; as, to ram down a cartridge; to ram piles into the earth.
2. To drive, as with a battering ram.
3. To stuff; to cram.
RAM'MED, pp. See Ram. Driven forcibly.
RAM'MING, ppr. Driving with force.