Recent Examples of ama from the Web
As of last year, there were only 2,000 amas in Japan.
Traditionally these canoes only have one ama, but ours at Fairmont Kea Lani have two to provide extra safety and stability for guests.
To close out the AMAs, J.Lo slipped into this stringy Nicolas Jebran dress, which showed off her midsection through the cat's cradle-esque detailing at the front.
Nowadays, artists frequently do Reddit AMAs to promote an upcoming project.
Our ama, Miwako, entered the hut wearing a white bonnet, a giant smile, and cherry-red lipstick.
When Tim brought her to the AMAs in November, the duo looked oddly familiar—because Maggie looked exactly like a younger version of his usual date.
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Origin and Etymology of ama
First Known Use: 1906See Words from the same year
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