noun, plural âmes dam·nées [ahm dah-ney]. /ˈɑm dɑˈneɪ/. French.
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I was on my way to the First AME Church with one of my friends from City Hall.Wendy Greuel on L.A. Riots: ‘We Still Have a Long Way to Go’|Wendy Greuel|April 27, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A pale woman in white came very late for many nights to buy a cup of this syrup—midzu ame—but never spoke.A Speckled Bird|Augusta J. Evans Wilson
I couldn't see your face when Ame offered ye pie an' doughnuts instid of beefsteak an' fixins.David Harum|Edward Noyes Westcott
Ame'lia, a model of conjugal affection, in Fielding's novel so called.
Cel'adon and Ame'lia, lovers of matchless beauty, and most devoted to each other.
He left no classic journal behind him as did Ame Baove, nor did he return to tell of the wonders he had found.The God in the Box|Sewell Peaslee Wright