noun, plural a·mo·ra·im [ah-maw-rah-im, ah-moh-] /ˌɑ mɔˈrɑ ɪm, ˌɑ moʊ-/. (often initial capital letter) Judaism.
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Arch Brookhouse and his brother, Louis, had both been students at Amora.
Mr. Larkins manifested a desire to know the name of my Amora acquaintance, and was promptly enlightened.
He was said to live somewhere between Amora and Sharon, perhaps here I could learn the precise location of his abiding place.
Very little could be learned concerning Amy Holmes, previous to her coming to Amora.
Then, with a condescending smile as he drew on his right glove, "Know anybody at Amora?"