Amun

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From Coptic ⲁⲙⲟⲩⲛ (amoun), from Egyptian jmn (the god Amun). The variant forms Ammon and Amon are from Ancient Greek Ἄμμων (Ámmōn), from the same Egyptian source. The variant Amen is from Ȧmen, Lepsius’s obsolete 19th century transcription of the original Egyptian word.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈɑːmən/, /ˈɑːmuːn/

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Amun

  1. (Egyptian mythology) An Egyptian wind deity associated with the town of Thebes; later (post-16th century BCE) the creator deity, often depicted with curling ram horns.

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Amun m (proper noun, strong, genitive Amuns)

  1. Alternative form of Ammon

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Amun m

  1. Alternative form of Ámon