1 Ram's head or skull on a Classical frieze: a variation on the more usual aegicrane or bucranium.
3 Reinforced prow or beak (rostrum) of an Antique warship for ramming and holing an enemy ship, featured on the columna rostrata.
4 To beat down earth, clay, etc., with a heavy implement, to make it hard and firm. See rammed.
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