Amorite /ˈamərʌɪt/

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I. noun

a member of a semi-nomadic people living in Mesopotamia, Palestine, and Syria in the 3rd millennium BC, founders of the ancient city of Mari on the Euphrates and the first dynasty of Babylon.
II. adjective

relating to the Amorites.
– origin from Hebrew ‘ĕmōrī + -ite1.

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