noun, plural a·mo·les [uh-moh-leyz; Spanish ah-maw-les] /əˈmoʊ leɪz; Spanish ɑˈmɔ lɛs/. Southwestern U.S.
Origin of amole
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Historical Examples of amole
In the meantime eight or ten men have gathered the amole and soke.Unknown Mexico, Volume 1 (of 2)
The "soap-plant" (amole) is one which appears to be among the most serviceable.What I Saw in California
Their food is amole, bellota and pinole and their chiefs are called Mule and Yuma.
It was not long before Donald spied an amole, and having found one, discovered many others growing near.
Just where the desert began to climb the mountain Linda had for a long time watched a big bed of amole.
1831, from Mexican Spanish amole, from Nahuatl (Aztec) amolli "soap-root."