Amana church society



a religious group founded in Germany in 1714, moved to New York State in 1843, and then to Iowa in 1855, where its villages have flourished as cooperative corporations since 1932.

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  • Amana

    amana perennial. (1.) The Hebrew margin of 2 Kings 5:12 gives this as another reading of Abana (q.v.), a stream near Damascus. (2.) A mountain (Cant. 4:8), probably the southern summit of Anti-Libanus, at the base of which are the sources of the Abana. Contemporary Examples amana Fontanella-Khan is a feature writer in Mumbai who […]

  • Amanda

    a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “beloved.”. Contemporary Examples What is coming up for Scott and Sarah Henrickson [Amanda Seyfried]? Polygamy’s Back Jace Lacob January 6, 2010 Come, take a tour through the Amanda Bynes Twitter Hall of Shame. Amanda Bynes Asks Drake to Murder Her Vagina and Other WTF Tweets Kevin […]



  • Amandine

    served or prepared with : trout amandine. Historical Examples Once properly instructed, Franois and amandine will help him. The Mysteries of Paris, Volume 4 of 6 Eugne Sue There is no woman in Paris half as much talked about as amandine. Avarice-Anger: Eugne Sue Franois and amandine looked at each other, then hung down their […]

  • Amandla

    noun (South African) a political slogan calling for power to the Black population



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