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Ammonian Horn (The)

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the cornucopia. It was in reality a tract of very fertile land, in the shape of a ram’s horn, given by Ammon, King of Libya, to his mistress, Amalthēa (q.v.) (the mother of Bacchus).

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Amicus curiæ (Latin, a friend to the court)
Amiel
Amiens
Amina
Aminadab
Amine
Aminte
Amiral
Amlet (Richard)
Ammon
Ammonian Horn (The)
Ammonites
Amon’s Son (in Orlando Furioso)
Amoret
Amoret
Amorous (The)
Amour propre
Amparo de Pobres
Ampersand
Amphialus
Amphictyonic Council