Amos

Amos, a poor shepherd of Tekoa, near Bethlehem, in Judah, who in the 8th century B.C. raised his voice in solitary protest against the iniquity of the northern kingdom of Israel, and denounced the judgment of God as Lord of Hosts upon one and all for their idolatry, which nothing could avert.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Amory, Thomas * Amoy`
Ammonia
Ammonio, Andrea
Ammonites
Ammonites
Ammo`nius Saccas
Amnion
Amœba
Amomum
Amorites
Amory, Thomas
Amos
Amoy`
Ampère`, André Marie
Ampère, Jean Jacques
Amphic`tyonic Council
Amphi`on
Amphisbæna
Am`phitrite
Amphit`ryon
Amphitryon the True
Am`ran range

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