noun, plural am·bo·nes [am-boh-neez] /æmˈboʊ niz/.
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It was sometimes expressed without the aspirate, αμβη: hence the place of the oracle was styled Ambon, αμβων.
Internally there is a rather remarkable pulpit or ambon on the north side of the nave.Brick and Marble in the Middle Ages|George Edmund Street
The woods of Ambon teem with the abundant bird-life peculiar to the Moluccas.
The burghers of Ambon show more of the Dutch element in their composition.
There are six steps up from the nave to the altar, and there is an ambon on each side of them entered from the altar side.Some Account of Gothic Architecture in Spain|George Edmund Street