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Definition of the noun ambo
What does ambo mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: ambos
- a platform raised above the surrounding level to give prominence to the person on it
Alternative definition of the noun ambo
- A raised platform in an early Christian church; a podium or pulpit.
- [informal] An ambulance driver.
Ambo is a spa town and separate woreda in central Ethiopia. Located in the West Shewa Zone of the Oromia Region, west of Addis Ababa, this town has a latitude and longitude of 8°59′N 37°51′E / 8.983°N 37.850°E and an elevation of 2101 meters.
- Ambo is a fictional character from the 1954 film Jack En Jill.
- Ambo is a fictional character from the 1990 film Diva Bale Sari Raat.
Ambo a.k.a. Ndonga Language: Ndonga, also called OshiNdonga, is a Bantu language spoken in Namibia and some parts of Angola. It is a standardized dialect of the Ovambo language, and is mutually intelligible with Kwanyama, the other Ovambo dialect with a standard written form.
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To Crown the Year (2015)
Decorating the Church through the Seasons, Second Edition by Peter Mazar
An ambo is a very different piece of furniture. There's no need to coordinate the altar and...
Sometimes the ambo is the right spot for a wreath, a spray of harvest produce, or a basket filled with asters. The ambo, like the altar, is not the best ...
The Liturgy Explained (2013)
New Edition by James W. Farwell
The Ambo is the place from which the Scriptures are read and, perhaps, the sermon is preached. In some churches, particularly those built in recent years, the Ambo is a single lectern, podium, or standing desk; in older churches, there will ...
A Sense of the Sacred (2005)
Theological Foundations of Sacred Architecture and Art by R. Kevin Seasoltz
The ambo is the place where God's Word in the sacred scriptures is proclaimed to the assembly. Its prominence in the church serves as an appropriate reminder ...
Applied Business Ethics (2012)
Power Living Through the Truth by Brian Keen
The Ambo is the high place in the Temple.
Music and the Mass (2013)
A Practical Guide for Ministers of Music
The psalm may be sung and led from any place that seems suitable, but the ambo is recommended because the text Of the psalm comes from Scripture—the ambo is the vessel for such readings. Regardless Of the place where it is sung, the ...
by Edward Foley
Hence, the ambo is the table where the church, as Body of Christ, receives its sustenance and growth in its encounter with the living Lord, in the Word of God. The church, therefore, makes every effort to ensure that the faithful are more ...
The Catholic Faith for a New Generation by Eric Stoltz, Vince Tomkovicz
The ambo is the table of the Word; the altar is the Table of the Sacrament. American exceptionalism The idea that citizens of the United States are better, more moral, or of greater worth than other people, or that the United States government is ...
The ambo is a slightly elevated desk reached by steps ; the entire construction is most frequently built against a wall, and in all cases it rests solidly on the ground. We shall see how this primitive form was gradually metamorphosed into that of ...
by John Anthony McGuckin
MCGUCKIN The Ambo (Gk. “crest of a hill") was the raised platform in the middle of church from which the scriptures and litanies were read. In early times it was not often used for preaching, though St. John Chrysostom was an ...
With a Tract of the English Idiomes by William Walker
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by W. Martin James
by Everett Ferguson
Reconstructed early Christian ambo from the Byzantine Museum, Athens, Greece . The ambo was located in the nave of the typical early Christian basilica, sometimes in the center along the east-west axis of the building and sometimes slightly ...
by Project Gutenberg
AMBO, or AMBON (Gr. ambon, from anabainein, to walk up, the readingdesk of ...
by Paul F. Bradshaw
PIERCE Ambo An elevated platform for reading or preaching. Canon 15 of Laodicea (late fourth century), implies the ascent of steps, and restricts access to those in orders above *lector. Classically, the platform has a parapet ...
A Dictionary of Architecture (1854)
Historical, Descriptive, Topographical, Decorative, Theoretical and Mechanical ... by Robert Stuart (c.e.)
In the upper part of the nave was placed the oblong enclosure, denominated the ambo, or chorus canonicorum ; on each side, and generally attached to it, was a marble pulpit, one for reading the gospel, the other for the epistle. Near the ...
Being a Continuation of the 'Dictionary of the Bible'. by William Smith
The lesser and earlier ambo at S. Clemente has twodesks — one. the most elevated, looking towards the altar, the other in the...
the ambo is placed in the middle of the nave but near its eastern end, in front of the enclosure marked ...
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Scrabble value of A1M3B3O1
The value of this 4-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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