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Definition of the noun amole

What does amole mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: amoles

  1. Any of various parts of the Agave (or similar) plants, when used as soap


AMOLE is an Aviation waypoint.

  • also known as waypoint AMOLE, AMOLE waypoint, AMOLE fix, fix AMOLE

Phrases with amole

  1. Purple Amole
  2. Rhamnus Amole
  3. Ziziphus Amole
  4. Sarcomphalus Amole
  5. Camatta Canyon Amole
  6. Species Rhamnus Amole

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Google previewMayo Ethnobotany (2002)

Land, History, and Traditional Knowledge in Northwest Mexico by David Yetman, Thomas R. Van Devender

Ziziphus amole is a particularly gracious host. In spite of its abundance, Mayos identified its uses only as a food for livestock, for which it is excellent. During times of drought (nearly every spring) cowboys will pull the Tillandsia from branches ...

Google previewAn Account of Divers Choice Remarks, as Well Geographical, as Historical, Political, Mathematical, Physical, and Moral; Taken in a Journey Through the Low-Countries, France, Italy, and Part of Spain; with the Isles of Sicily and Malta (1701)

As Also a Voyage to the Levant ... a Description of Candia, Egypt, the Red Sea, the Desarts of Arabia, Mount-Horeb, and Mount-Sinai; the Coasts of Palestine, Syria, and Asia-Minor; the Helespont, Propontis, and Constantinople; the Isles of the Carpathian, Egean, and Ionian Seas: Wherein, Their Present State, Interst, Customs, Manners, and Religion; Their Learning, and Learned Men; with the Most Celebrated Pieces of Sculpture, Painting, &c. are More Accurately Set Forth, Than Hath Hitherto Been Done ... : and what Else Occurr'd Most Remarkable in Thirteen Years Travels : Illustrated with Divers Figures by Ellis Veryard

The AMole is a vast -Work of huge square Stones, having at the further end, which is far advanced into the Sea, a Fountain of fresh Water, and a Lanthorn for the safe entrance of Ships in the Night-time. The Cathedral, dedicated to S. januarius ...

Google previewA History of Ethiopia: Volume I (Routledge Revivals) (2014)

Nubia and Abyssinia by E. A. Wallis Budge

The Amole is a piece of rock salt from the great plain of Ragad which lies between Dankali and Tigray, and is wholly covered with a thick layer of rock salt. It has the shape of a whetstone and varies in length from 10 to 12 inches, and in width ...

Google previewThe Battle of Adwa (2005)

Reflections on Ethiopia's Historic Victory Against European Colonialism by Paulos Milkias, Getachew Metaferia

Amole is a slab of ...

Google previewThe National Druggist (1906)

Amole is a plant of the general order of liliaceas, of the saponin group, bearing a large bulb, resembling very closely that of the squill. This bulb is universally used by the inhabitants as a detergent, and it does its work so excellently that United ...

Google previewHistorical Encyclopedia of Illinois (1902)

by Newton Bateman, Paul Selby

The Mexican Amole Soap Company of Peoria, of which Abraham Brayshaw is President and General Manager, is entitled to more than passing consideration, for the manner of its conduct, and the excellence of its productions. From a long line ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Superstitions (2015)

by Mona A Radford, Edwin Radford

Amole onthe back of the neck marks out the possessoras indanger ofhanging. —Durham and Ireland. Around mole in the right position will bring good luck, but an oblong mole means always misfortune. A mole on the ...

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

filamentosa, called amole or soap -weed, has a fibre useful for rope-making, and the smaller kinds for paper-making , ...

Google previewGrammar and Dictionary of the Yoruba Language (1858)

With an Introductory Description of the Country and People of Yoruba by Thomas Jefferson Bowen

akole, amole, dumo. bulb, n. eta. bulk, n. gbingbiniki. bulk'y, a. lara. bull, ii. ako ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of African History 3-Volume Set (2013)

by Kevin Shillington

The trade was mainly by barter; goods were exchanged for gold, salt bars (amole ), iron, cloth, and other items. The value of these media of exchange varied from one province to another depending on distance from source of supply.

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Stegnosperma halimifolium, known as Amole.

Native to Mexico and Guatemala, it also goes by the imaginative name of Ojos de Zanate (grackle eyes).

Photo credit: Dick Culbert

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Small photo of Dromedary camels used to transport amole salt slabs across the desert in the Danakil Depression in Afar region, Ethiopia. More...

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Amole Meaning

Video shows what amole means. Any of various parts of the Agave (or similar) plants, when used as soap. Other Mexican and North American plants used as ...

Scrabble value of A1M3O1L1E1

The value of this 5-letter word is 7 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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