There are 2 definitions of came in English:

came1

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Pronunciation: /keɪm
 
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past tense of come.

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Pronunciation: ˈsɛmbləns
noun
the outward appearance or apparent form of something…

There are 2 definitions of came in English:

came2

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Pronunciation: /keɪm
 
/

noun

Each of a number of strips forming a framework for enclosing a pane of glass, especially in a leaded window.
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  • Lead was used to make window cames for holding stained glass in windows, and can be found particularly at cathedral sites.
  • While putty was once necessary to stabilize the glass in the grooves of the lead cames, glass is held in the modern copper cames with adhesive.
  • These cames are soldered to one another so that the panel is secure.

Origin

late 16th century: of unknown origin.

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