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Definition of the noun AMANA

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Amana is a genus of Epicopeiidae, described by Walker in 1855.

Amana is a genus of Liliaceae.

Amana is a genus of Cerambycidae, described by Raffray in 1890.

Amana is a genus of Liliaceae.

Amana is a genus of Tulipeae.


Amana a.k.a. Amaná is a municipality and village in La Rioja Province in northwestern Argentina.


Amana is a brand.


"Amana" is a book by Diane L. Barthel.

  • also known as "Amana: from Pietist sect to American community"


  1. Amana is a small genus of flowering bulbs found in China, Japan and Korea.
  2. Amana is an Israeli settlement movement formed by Gush Emunim in 1976. Its primary goal was "developing communities in Judea, Samaria, the Golan Heights, the Galilee, the Negev and Gush Katif." The initial communities it developed were Ofra, Mevo Modi'in, Kedumim, and Ma'aleh Adumim.
  3. Amana - perennial. The Hebrew margin of 2 Kings 5:12 suggests another reading of Abana, a stream near Damascus.

Phrases with Amana

Phrases starting with the word Amana:

  1. Amana Edulis
  2. Amana Banghaasi
  3. Amana Latifolia
  4. Amana Angulifera
  5. Amana Anhuiensis
  6. Amana Graminifolia

Phrases ending with the word Amana:

  1. Aecas Amana
  2. Genus Amana
  3. Bezzia Amana
  4. Salvia Amana
  5. Silene Amana
  6. Alkanna Amana
  7. Hesperia Amana
  8. Macrelmis Amana
  9. Cephalaria Amana
  10. Polyrhachis Amana
  11. Scutellaria Amana
  12. Campsicnemus Amana
  13. Scrophularia Amana
  14. Species Aecas Amana

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Amana

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Google previewThe Elisha-Hazael Paradigm and the Kingdom of Israel (2014)

The Politics of God in Ancient Syria-Palestine by Hadi Ghantous

Mount Amana refers to the area of Zobah, the northern part of the kingdom of Beth-Rehob (Na'aman 1995:386). As indicated above, Hazael must have been the heir of the throne of Beth-Rehob before ascending the throne of AramDamascus ...

Google previewJob, Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Solomon's Song (1909)

by J. K. Burr, William Hunter, Ammi Bradford Hyde

Amana is a part of "Lebanon," and Shenir of "Hermon." But with all its grandeur it is, to the Knumoured, a place of danger.

Google previewGlobal Problems and the Culture of Capitalism (2016)

by Cram101 Textbook Reviews

Amana: Amana is an Israeli settlement ...

Google previewUrban Geography (2013)

A Study of Site, Evolution, Patern and Classification in Villages, Towns and Cities by Griffith Taylor

East Amana is the smallest of the ...

Google previewMicrocredit Guarantee Funds in the Mediterranean (2014)

A Comparative Analysis by P. Leone, P. Porretta

Al Amana is the largest Moroccan MFI in terms of outstanding loans. It was set up in 1997 with a sizeable financial contribution and support from USAID. Its operations currently cover almost all of the national territory and serve over 315,000 ...

Google previewNKJV, The Woman's Study Bible, eBook (2007)

Second Edition by Thomas Nelson

4:8 Amana is a hill in the Anti-Lebanon Mountains facing the plain of Damascus ( see map, Locations in the Song). All the places mentioned are in northern Israel. Senir and Hermon were the two highest peaks in this range of mountains.

Google previewCommentary on the Old Testament (1881)

by Daniel Denison Whedon

Amana is a part of "Lebanon," and Shenir of "Hermon." But with all its grandeur it is, to the Enamoured, a place of danger.

Google previewThe Invention and Decline of Israeliness (2001)

State, Society, and the Military by Baruch Kimmerling

Amana is the Gush Emunim state-supported settlement organization. 43. They label "democracy" as a foe and as an external worldview and sociopolitical order to that of Judaism, as they interpret it. 44. The settlers in the Syrian [Golan] Heights ...

Google previewBest Baby Names for 2015 (2014)

Over 8,000 names and 100 inspiration lists by Siobhan Thomas

Description: Amana is an unusual name which can be found in several languages and its meaning is uncertain. As it is similar to the Arabic name Aman, itcould share its meaningof 'security'. Alternative spellings: Ahmana, Amanah ...

Google previewA theological, biblical, and ecclesiastical dictionary (1815)

by John Robinson

Amana is a mountain mentioned in thesong of Solomon (Cant. iv. -6). Some are of opinion that this is mount Ainauus, in Cili- cia. St. Jerom and the Rabbins make the land of Israel to extend northward to this mountain; and Solomon's dominion ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Folklife (2015)

by Simon J Bronner

The newly founded Amana Church Society still holds one service on Sunday, where singing and reading of the testimonies and the Bible are in German, while the comment and announcements are in English. Another service in English is held ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Kitchen History (2004)

by Mary Ellen Snodgrass

The Amana colonies brought to the United States a flair for wholesome cookery and domestic economy. Founded in 1714 by pietist separatists from the Lutheran church, the religious society began in Darmstadt, Germany from the work of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Community (2003)

From the Village to the Virtual World by DAVID LEVINSON, KAREN CHRISTENSEN

The Amana Colony Church and bell tower in Homestead, Iowa, in 1995. Source: Philip Gould/Corbis; used with permission. In 1945, Metz fashioned a religiously sanctioned system of common property out of this pragmatic arrangement.

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Utopianism (2004)

by James Matthew Morris, Andrea L. Kross

0 • AMANA SOCIETY, OR EBENZER SOCIETY, OR THE SOCIETY OF TRUE INSPIRATION (which means "Hitherto hath the Lord helped us"; 1 Samuel 7:12) in Erie County, six miles from Buffalo, New York, on 5,000 acres of former Seneca ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of the Arab-Israeli Conflict (2015)

by P R. Kumaraswamy


Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Radical Christianity (2012)

by William H. Brackney

AMANA SOCIETY (E). A 19th-century American religious sect formally called the New Community or the Community of True Inspiration. The movement was founded by two German Pietist preachers, Eberhard Gruber and Johann Rock, around ...

Google previewPocket Dictionary of North American Denominations (2010)

Over 100 Christian Groups Clearly & Concisely Defined by Drew Blankman, Todd Augustine

Amana Church Society South. Home missions were established in Louisiana, Mississippi and Oklahoma. By 1880 the church not only had fifteen annual conferences in the South, but in that same year it established Livingstone College at ...

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Scrabble value of A1M3A1N1A1

The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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