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amok in a murderous frenzy; violently out of control. [2 definitions]
among in or through the midst of. [5 definitions]
amongst among.
amontillado a pale, medium dry Spanish sherry.
Amor in Roman mythology, the god of love, son of Venus; Cupid; Eros.
amoral not subject to moral distinctions; neither moral nor immoral. [2 definitions]
amorous generally inclined to feeling romantic love, or inclined at a particular time to engage in romantic or sexual activity. [2 definitions]
amorphous lacking definite form, shape, or character. [2 definitions]
amortize to deduct (expenditures) by fixed amounts over a period of time. [2 definitions]
Amos according to the Old Testament, a minor Hebrew prophet of the eighth century B.C. [2 definitions]
amount quantity; measure. [4 definitions]
amour a love affair, esp. a secret one.
amour-propre self-love (French); self-esteem.
amp ampere.
amperage the magnitude of an electrical current, expressed in amperes.
ampere a unit of electrical current that refers to the quantity of current that passes through a resistor of one ohm when a potential of one volt is applied, equal to one coulomb per second. (abbr.: A, amp)
ampersand a sign (&) that represents the word "and".
amphetamine a drug that stimulates the central nervous system, depressing appetite and heightening activity.
amphi- two; both; on two sides. [2 definitions]
amphibian any cold-blooded vertebrate, such as a frog or salamander, that has aquatic gill-breathing larvae and terrestrial lung-breathing adults. [4 definitions]
amphibious able to live both on land and in water. [3 definitions]