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Meanings of Ambo:

noun

(in an early christian church) an oblong pulpit with steps at each end.

Usage examples:

Early christian churches had no pulpits other than the ambos where scriptures could be read.

Meanings of Amboceptor:

noun

Paul ehrlich's name for: any antibody that is capable of binding both antigen and complement; a complement-fixing antibody. contrasted with "uniceptor".

Meanings of Amboina:

proper noun

A mountainous island in eastern indonesia, one of the molucca islands.

Meanings of Amboinese:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the indonesian island of ambon, its inhabitants, or the language spoken there.

Usage examples:

Members of the ambonese community
noun

A native or inhabitant of the indonesian island of ambon.

Usage examples:

The ambonese have preserved their quite separate identity

Meanings of Ambon:

proper noun

A mountainous island in eastern indonesia, one of the molucca islands.

Meanings of Ambones:

noun

(in an early christian church) an oblong pulpit with steps at each end.

Usage examples:

Early christian churches had no pulpits other than the ambos where scriptures could be read.

Meanings of Ambos:

noun

(in an early christian church) an oblong pulpit with steps at each end.

Usage examples:

Early christian churches had no pulpits other than the ambos where scriptures could be read.

Meanings of Ambosexous:

adjective

Both male and female; hermaphroditic; androgynous.

Meanings of Ambosexual:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of sexual development or maturity in both males and females.

Meanings of Amboyna:

noun

The decorative timber of a rapidly growing se asian tree, used for cabinetmaking.

Usage examples:

Its paleness escapes looking bland thanks to contrasting inlays of ebony, walnut and amboyna, a woo…

Meanings of Ambrein:

noun

A crystalline terpenoid compound which is the main constituent of ambergris.

Meanings of Ambrette:

noun

The plant musk mallow or musk okra, abelmoschus moschatus; the seeds of this plant, used in herbal medicine and cooking and as the source of a musk-scented oil.

Meanings of Ambries:

noun

A small recess or cupboard in the wall of a church.

Usage examples:

More and more, catholic parishes are building beautiful ambries and placing them where they can be …

Meanings of Ambrite:

noun

A form of retinite known from deposits in new zealand.

Meanings of Ambroid:

noun

A material formed by joining small pieces of amber and other resins together by means of pressure and heat.

adjective

Made from, consisting of, or including ambroid; (of jewellery or an ornament) set with one or more pieces of ambroid.

Meanings of Ambrosia:

noun

The food of the gods.

Usage examples:

So they have a special drink called nectar, and they eat food which is ambrosia, which is immortal.

Meanings of Ambrosiac:

adjective

Ambrosial.

Meanings of Ambrosial:

adjective

Having a very pleasant taste or smell

Usage examples:

Her jam was ambrosial, syrupy with honeyed fruit, and scented with elderflower., the shop was full …

Meanings of Ambrosially:

adverb

In a manner characteristic of ambrosia; exquisitely, delightfully; deliciously.

Meanings of Ambrosian:

adjective

Relating to st ambrose, especially in relation to his developments in church music.

Usage examples:

Two important manuscript sources of ambrosian chant

Meanings of Ambrosin:

noun

A silver coin with a cross on the obverse and an image of st ambrose enthroned on the reverse.

Meanings of Ambrosine:

noun

A form of amber known from deposits in south carolina.

Meanings of Ambrotype:

noun

A photograph produced by setting a glass plate with a negative image on it against a dark background.

Meanings of Ambry:

noun

A small recess or cupboard in the wall of a church.

Usage examples:

More and more, catholic parishes are building beautiful ambries and placing them where they can be …

Meanings of Ambulacra:

noun

(in an echinoderm) each of the radially arranged bands, together with their underlying structures, through which the double rows of tube feet protrude.

Usage examples:

Furthermore, the placement of the ambulacra relative to the radials appears to be incorrect.

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