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Rabbath Ammon

[ rab-uhth am-uhn ]
/ ˈræb əθ ˈæm ən /
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noun
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Rabbath Ammon
/ (ˈræbəθ ˈæmən) /

noun
Old Testament the ancient royal city of the Ammonites, on the site of modern Amman
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