Ammonitae


Ammonitae

Ammonītae, ārum, m. (Ἀμμανιται), ein Volksstamm an der Ostgrenze Palästinas, die Ammoniter, Vulg. num. 21, 24 u.a. – Sing. Ammonītēs (Ammanītēs), ae, m., der Ammoniter, Vulg. 1. chron. 11, 39 u.a.: dah. adj. Ammanites regio, das Land der Ammoniter, Vulg. 2. Mach. 4, 26 (wofür 2, 5, 7 bl. abiit in Ammaniten). – Dav. Ammonītis, tidis, Akk. Plur. tidas, f. (Ἀμμανιτις), die Ammoniterin, Vulg. 1. regg. 11, 1 u. 2. Esdr. 13, 23.


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