of, relating to, or belonging to the predynastic Chalcolithic culture that flourished in Upper Egypt about 3800 b.c., characterized by the working of raw gold, the use of copper, and the burial of the dead in shallow graves.
a city in Maharashtra, in central India. Historical Examples We turn to the celebrated Tope at Amravati, a town situated on the river Kishna. Curiosities of Superstition W. H. Davenport Adams noun a town in central India, in NE Maharashtra: cotton centre. Pop: 549 370 (2001) Former name Amraoti (ˈæmˌrɑːətɪ; ˈʌm-)
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the beverage of immortality. the immortality conferred by this beverage. Historical Examples In India the amrita, the god’s food of immortality, was sometimes regarded as the sap exuded from the sacred trees of paradise. The Evolution of the Dragon G. Elliot Smith That supreme being commanded that the ocean should be churned for amrita. Indian […]
. Historical Examples “Amri give a very good reason for’t,” said David with an air of conviction, and then he broke into a laugh. The Christmas Story from David Harum Edward Noyes Westcott And next to him the men of Jericho built: and next to them built Zachur the son of Amri. The Bible, Douay-Rheims […]