Definition of amula
amulae\-ˌlē, -ī\ or
: a vessel for eucharistic wine offered by the people in the early Christian church
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Origin and Etymology of amula
Late Latin amula, hamula, from Latin, water bucket, diminutive of ama, hama bucket — more at ama
First Known Use: 1834
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