adjective Am·ri \ˈäm(ˌ)rē\

Definition of Amri

  1. :  of or belonging to the earliest known stone-using and shell-using culture of the Indus river system which extends also into the Sind and southern Baluchistan and is characterized by a distinctive pottery

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Origin and Etymology of amri

from Amri, town in Sind province, Pakistan, its type station

First Known Use: 1947

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