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See also: amara, amará, āmara, and āmarā


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  1. A female given name of modern usage taken from fantasy fiction; explained, for example , as a Sanskrit word for "eternal".
    • 2002 Richard Layman, To Wake the Dead, Leisure Books 2004, ISBN 084395468X, page 11:
      "Amara? That's a beautiful name." He smiled, teasing. "And she was a wife of Pharaoh Mentuhotep the First. - - - Amara, Amara, Amara. A guy can fall in love with a name like that.
  2. A port on the River Tigris in Iraq.