adjective Am·mo·ni·an \əˈmōnēən, -nyən\

Definition of Ammonian

  1. :  of or relating to Ammonius of Alexandria, reputed author of a harmony of the Gospels and a work on the agreement of the teachings of Moses and Jesus

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Origin and Etymology of ammonian

Ammonius, 3d century Alexandrian Christian philosopher + English -an

First Known Use: 1793

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