Meaning of the word

The word “amalecita” refers to a member of the ancient people known as Amalecitas. They were a nomad group that inhabited the Sinai desert region and the Sinai Peninsula in the Middle East region.

Origin of the word

The word “amalecita” originates in the Hebrew “Amaleq”, which means “people of Amaleque”. Amaleque was a descendant of Esau, grandson of Abraham, and is mentioned in the Bible as an enemy of the people of Israel.

Word adverbs


Conjunctions of the word

– or
– But
– Although

Synonyms of the word

– Amalequite
– Amalequite

Word Definitions

1. Member of the ancient people known as Amalecitas.
2. Relative or belonging to the amalecites.

Phrases that the word applies

– The Israelite army faced the Amalecites in a fierce battle.
– Amalecites were known for their hostility towards the people of Israel.

Examples of the word in text

The Amalecites attacked the Israelites during their journey through the desert. They were defeated by Joshua and his army.

Rhymes with the word

– Benedita
– Damn
– Blessed
– Damn

Anagrams with the word

– Malaciate
– Calamitea


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