528. Amon
Strong's Concordance
Amon: an Eg. god
Original Word: אָמוֹן
Part of Speech: Proper Name Masculine
Transliteration: Amon
Phonetic Spelling: (aw-mone')
Definition: an Eg. god
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
of foreign origin
an Eg. god
NASB Translation
Amon (1), No-amon* (1).

I. אָמוֺן proper name Amon, an Egyptian god Nahum 3:8; Jeremiah 46:25, compare by Greeks with Zeus (Herod.ii. 42; Diodi.13), Ἀμμῶν. He was originally the local deity of Thebes (= נאֹ, called נאֹ אָמוֺן Nahum 3:8, compare מִנּאֹ ׳א Jeremiah 46:25 **SpiegelbRandglossen, 43 ff. reads נֹא אָמוֺן (as Nahum 3:8) for אָמוֺן נֹא, and finds in both a Thebes in the Delta.), but subsequently became the supreme god of the Egyptian Pantheon, the successor of the sun-god Ra and so-called Amon Ra. He was the secret god, who hid himself and was difficult to find (Amon = concealment, hidden); see Rawl.Hist, Anc. Egypt, i. 322 Ebers RiHWB. (II. III. אָמוֺן.)

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
multitude, populous

Of Egyptian derivation; Amon (i.e. Ammon or Amn), a deity of Egypt (used only as an adjunct of No') -- multitude, populous.

see HEBREW No'

Forms and Transliterations
אָמ֔וֹן אמון ’ā·mō·wn ’āmōwn aMon
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Englishman's Concordance
Nahum 3:8
HEB: הֲתֵֽיטְבִי֙ מִנֹּ֣א אָמ֔וֹן הַיֹּֽשְׁבָה֙ בַּיְאֹרִ֔ים
INT: better No multitude was situated of the Nile

1 Occurrence

Strong's Hebrew 528
1 Occurrence

’ā·mō·wn — 1 Occ.

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