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Amel

Amel \Am"el\, n. [OE. amell, OF. esmail, F. ['e]mail, of German origin; cf. OHG. smelzi, G. schmelz. See Smelt, v. t.] Enamel. [Obs.]
--Boyle.

Amel

Amel \Am"el\, v. t. [OE. amellen, OF. esmailler, F. ['e]mailler, OF. esmail, F. ['e]mail.] To enamel. [Obs.]

Enlightened all with stars, And richly ameled.
--Chapman.

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Etymology 1 n. (context obsolete English) enamel Etymology 2

vb. (context obsolete English) To enamel

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Amel

Amel is a Belgian municipality in the Walloon province of Liège, and is part of the German-speaking Community of Belgium . On January 1, 2013, the municipality of Amel had a total population of 5,466. The total area is 125.15 km² which gives a population density of 44 inhabitants per km².

There are eighteen villages in Amel: Amel (village), Born, Deidenberg, Eibertingen, Halenfeld, Heppenbach, Hepscheid, Herresbach Iveldingen, Medell, Meyerode, Mirfeld, Möderscheid, Montenau, Schoppen, Stephanshof, Valender and Wereth.

The name Amel is of Celtic origin and means water. The river Amblève flows through the municipality.

Amel is the birthplace of Karl-Heinz Lambertz, current leader ( Minister-President) of the community executive of the German-speaking community of Belgium.

Amel (disambiguation)

Amel may refer to:

  • Amel, a municipality in Belgium or the namesake village within that municipality, both in the German-speaking Community of Belgium
  • AMEL ( AMELY & AMELX), sex determining DNA chromosomal marker
  • Amel (The Vampire Chronicles), a character in Anne Rice's novels
  • Amel (river)
  • Amel (UAV), a drone
  • Jabal Amel, a part of Lebanon or Palestine
  • Amel Bent, a French singer
  • Amel Larrieux, r&b singer
  • AMEL holding, a leading Ukrainian on-line retailer
  • AMEL yachts, a French luxury sailboat manufacturer
  • Airplane Multiengine Land, a class rating in pilot certification in the United States

Usage examples of "amel".

The priests of the planet Amel, fountainhead of all galactic religions, secretly see themselves as a school for prophets.

The priests of Amel begin to stir up public sentiment against the I-A, and as they expect, Orne is sent to stop them.

The solution offered by Amel is not to oppose war but to otherwise channel the energies that give rise to it and educate those people who might become its focus.

The training offered by the priests of Amel is to look beyond the illusion of opposites fostered by the grid and to master the instinctual responses those opposites provoke.

The basic premise of Amel is that the phenomena of religion are as much amenable to science as the phenomena of nature.

I believe you when you say that this spirit, named Amel by the two witches who could see him and hear him -- Maharet and Mekare -- exists now in all of us, his mysterious body, if we may call it that, having grown like a rampant vine to blossom in every Blood Hunter who is made by another, right on up to the present time.

Lestat, if this creature grows ever more strong, and it seems there is nothing I can do to stop him, is it possible that he can enter a human being, as Amel did in ancient times?

I-A, who is not only killed but destroyed, yet remakes himself, and who is consequently sent to Amel and put through the god-making ordeal.

But, no, Zaida would divorce Amel and marry a ballast stone before she sent Harine din Togara as her ambassador.

He reminded Orne of a priest back on Chargon -- another Amel graduate.

  He reminded Orne of a priest back on Chargon -- another Amel graduate.

He experienced a driving desire to find the Abbod, to wring the truth from the recognized leader of all Amel.

He experienced a driving desire to find the Abbod, to wring the truth from the recognised leader of all Amel.

  He experienced a driving desire to find the Abbod, to wring the truth from the recognized leader of all Amel.