noun, plural Am·a·lek·ites, (especially collectively) Am·a·lek·ite.
Origin of Amalekite
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The Amalekite, from whom he had twice bought some goat's-milk for her, lived in a but which Paulus could easily reach.Homo Sum, Complete
An Egyptian, therefore, and an Amalekite stood in a very different relationship to Israel.Life and Times of David
Charles Henry Mackintosh
Saul had spared only one Amalekite, and had smitten the rest.The History of England from the Accession of James II.
Thomas Babington Macaulay
More recently, it had been one of the places selected by David to receive a portion of the Amalekite spoil.The Expositor's Bible: The Second Book of Samuel
W. G. Blaikie
He neglected the praying agitators, and therefore they called him Agag, the Amalekite, commanding the host of Israel.The Loyalists, Vol. 1-3