noun, plural a·mies [a-mee; English a-meez, ah-meez] /aˈmi; English æˈmiz, ɑˈmiz/. French.
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And this examinant saith, that the names of her three imps were Margaret, Amie, and Susan.The Witch-cult in Western Europe|Margaret Alice Murray
You are really hideously passée, mon amie,” she observed as she peered at herself searchingly; “but we will remedy all that.An Ambitious Man|Ella Wheeler Wilcox
But when composing her longer poems, as “Amie Khan,” or “Chicomicos,” she required complete seclusion.Lives of Celebrated Women|Samuel Griswold Goodrich
He found the whole correspondence of Bonapartes victim with his friend, as the worthy magistrate put it: avec son amie.Old and New Paris, v. 1|Henry Sutherland Edwards
I suppose to be an amie is something wicked in French, but it doesn't sound very bad, does it, Mamma?The Visits of Elizabeth|Elinor Glyn