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Definition of the noun Amage
What does Amage mean as a name of something?
Amage is a genus of Ampharetidae, described by Malmgren in 1866.
- synonyms: genus Amage / Egamella / genus Egamella / Mexamage / genus Mexamage / Paramage / genus Paramage
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Annelida
- class: Polychaeta
- order: Terebellida
- family: Ampharetidae
- species Amage adspersa
- species Amage anops
- species Amage arieticornuta
- species Amage asiaticus
- species Amage auricula
- species Amage benhami
- species Amage corrugata
- species Amage delus
- species Amage ehlersi
- species Amage gallasii
- species Amage longibranchiata
- species Amage longitorus
- species Amage madurensis
- species Amage micropaleata
- species Amage perfecta
- species Amage pusilla
- species Amage quadribranchiata
- species Amage scotia
- species Amage scotica
- species Amage scotti
- species Amage sculpta
- species Amage scutata
- species Amage septemdecima
- species Amage tasmanensis
- species Amage tumida
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Who is Amage?
Amage: According to the writings of Polyaenus, Amage was the wife of the Sarmatian king Medosaccus. They were from the coast of the Euxine Sea. Having observed that her husband was "totally given up to luxury", she took over the government, acting as a judge of causes, stationing garrisons, repulsing enemy invasions, and was such a successful leader that she became famous through all Scythia. As a result of this fame, the people of the Tauric Chersonesus, having been harassed by a neighboring Scythian king, requested a treaty with her. As a result of the formation of this treaty, she wrote to the Scythian prince, requesting that he cease harassing the people. When he replied contemptuously, she marched against him with 120 strong and seasoned warriors, and gave each warrior three horses. In one night and one day, she covered a distance of 100 stades, and arrived at the palace, surprising the inhabitants and killing all the guards. As the prince was taken off guard, and conceived her force to be larger than it really was, she was able to charged and personally kill him, as well as his friends and relatives.
Amage a.k.a. Yanesha' Language: Yanesha', also called Amuesha or Amoesha is a language spoken by the Amuesha people of Peru in central and eastern Pasco Region.
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Phrases with Amage
Phrases starting with the word Amage:
- Amage anops
- Amage Delus
- Amage scotia
- Amage scotti
- Amage tumida
- Amage Pusilla
- Amage Scotica
- Amage Sculpta
- Amage scutata
- Amage adspersa
- Amage auricula
- Amage gallasii
- Amage Inhamata
- Amage perfecta
- Amage Asiaticus
- Amage Corrugata
- Amage Madurensis
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Tort Law (2014)
Text, Cases, and Materials by Jenny Steele
amage is a necessary ingredient of the tort'; and it is plain that loss of liberty is considered sufficient ...
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
wifi, to inflict amage on any one; to injure; to impair. DAMOCLES, ddm'é-kléz: one of the courtiers and sycophants of the elder Dionysius, the tyrant of Syracuse. It is recorded by Cicero that D., having landed in the highest terms ...
An English Dictionary, etc (1732)
by Elisha COLES (Lexicographer.)
to en amage or diminish. Insucatc, artffieially to colour or Pain; the face, &Ic. lnfilscatc, to make dark o' ...
Irish English Dictionary (1904)
by Patrick Stephen Dinneen
-e, amage, calamity. Anfcottim, - e, a., unwholesome. Anepottém, -e, a.., very wholesome. Ani'optann, -Amn, m., ...
A Dictionary of Nursing (2008)
by Elizabeth Martin, Tanya McFerran
the joint between the amage 0 e la la nerve forearm and hand. It consists of the proxi— wryneck ll'y'nekl "1 55L' TORTICOLLIS~ mal bones of the carpus, which articulate Wuchereria [vooker-eer-ia] n. a genus of with the radius and ulna.
Encyclopedia of Human Rights (2009)
Vol. 1- by David P. Forsythe
amage to the environment can impair and undermine all the human rights spoken of in the Universal Declaration and other human rights instruments. In 1989 the Sub-Commission on Prevention of Discrimination and Protection of Minorities ...
amage 6 Ozone ayer' Farmers spray crops Acid rain damages trees, eats with fertilizers to help them into buildings, and kills GLOBAL WARMING ...
by James R. Pfafflin, Edward N. Ziegler
S * Light D amage (made wate rtight) Light to M oderate.
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