my people, a name given by Jehovah to the people of Israel (Hos. 2:1, 23. Comp. 1:9; Ezek. 16:8; Rom. 9:25, 26; 1 Pet. 2:10).
To the north of Moab came the kingdom of Ammon, or the children of ammi.
Patriarchal Palestine Archibald Henry Sayce
The only excuse offered for the inhuman act of ammi White was found over one hundred years after the crime was committed.
The Loyalists of Massachusetts James H. Stark
Then the Jews (ammi) will call the Saxons their sister, long lost, but found at last.
The Lost Ten Tribes, and 1882 Joseph Wild
The Ammonites believed themselves to be the children of the national god ammi.
Early Israel and the Surrounding Nations Archibald Sayce
Marcellinus [mahr-suh-lahy-nuh s] /ˌmɑr səˈlaɪ nəs/ (Show IPA), a.d. c325–c398, Roman historian.
ammihud people of glory; i.e., “renowned.” (1.) The father of the Ephraimite chief Elishama, at the time of the Exodus (Num. 1:10; 2:18; 7:48, 53). (2.) Num. 34:20. (3.) Num. 34:28. (4.) The father of Talmai, king of Geshur, to whom Absalom fled after the murder of Amnon (2 Sam. 13:37). (5.) The son of […]
ammiel people of God. (1.) One of the twelve spies sent by Moses to search the land of Canaan (Num. 13:12). He was one of the ten who perished by the plague for their unfavourable report (Num. 14:37). (2.) The father of Machir of Lo-debar, in whose house Mephibosheth resided (2 Sam. 9:4, 5; 17:27). […]
amminadab kindred of the prince. (1.) The father of Nahshon, who was chief of the tribe of Judah (Num. 1:7; 2:3; 7:12, 17; 10:14). His daughter Elisheba was married to Aaron (Ex. 6:23). (2.) A son of Kohath, the second son of Levi (1 Chr. 6:22), called also Izhar (2, 18). (3.) Chief of the […]