A.M.E.

1.
Advanced Master of Education.
2.
African Methodist Episcopal.
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Word Origin & History

ame
in phrase ame damnee "devout adherent" (1823), from Fr. âme damnée "familiar spirit," orig. a soul damned by compact with a controlling demon.
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Abbreviations & Acronyms
Ame
  1. America

  2. American

AmE
American English
AME
African Methodist Episcopal
The American Heritage® Abbreviations Dictionary, Third Edition
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Example sentences for ame
The following verbs show differences in transitivity between bre and ame.
Additionally, sentence ending as well is more formal in ame than in bre.
Thirty minutes after the hour is commonly called half past in both bre and ame.
The ame formations top of the hour and bottom of the hour are not commonly used in bre.
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