Definition for A-MO'NI-AN

A-MO'NI-AN, a. [from Amon or Hamon, a title of Jupiter, or rather of the sun; Ar. Heb. and Ch. חם, חמה, Ham or Camah, which, as a verb, signifies to heat or warm, and as a noun, heat or the sun; and in Arabic, the supreme God.]

Pertaining to Jupiter Ammon, or to his temple and worship in Upper Egypt. – Bryant.

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