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    The location where the Battle of Amos took place between Persians and Ionians in 479 B.C., ending with Persian victory. (Wikipedia) - Amos Amos Gender Language(s) Origin Meaning
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    Amos (Hebrew: עָמוֹס‎) may refer to:

    Contents
    • 1 People
      • 1.1 First name
      • 1.2 Surname
    • 2 Technology
    • 3 Places
    • 4 Other

    People First name
    • Amos (prophet), one of the twelve minor prophets in the Hebrew Bible
      • Book of Amos, his writings
    • Amos, son of Nephi and his son Amos, two minor figures in the Book of Mormon
    • Amos Bronson Alcott (1779–1888), American educator, father of American novelist Louisa May Alcott
    • Amos Dolbear (1837–1910), American inventor
    • Amos Diggory, fictional character in the Harry Potter books and films
    • Amos Grunebaum, (born 1950), American obstetrician, gynecologist, and maternal-fetal medicine specialist
    • Amos E. Joel, Jr. (1918–2008), American electrical engineer and inventor
    • Amos Lee, born 1978, American singer-songwriter
    • Amos Mansdorf (born 1965), Israeli tennis player
    • Amos Meller (1938–2007), Israeli composer and conductor
    • Amos Oz (born 1939), Israeli writer, novelist, and journalist
    • Amos Urban Shirk (1890?–1956), American businessman, author and reader of encyclopedias
    • Amos Tversky (1937–1996), pioneer of cognitive science
    • Amos Zereoue, American football player
    • Amos Gitai, Israeli film director
    • John Amos Comenius (1592–1670), Moravian teacher, scientist, educator and writer
    • Amos Yarkoni - An Arab Israeli officer in the Israel Defense Forces
    • Amos Kairuz - An American nightclub comedian and television and film actor and producer of Lebanese descent, changed his name to Danny Thomas
    Surname
    • Alf Amos, English footballer who played for Brentford and Millwall Athletic
    • Ben Amos (born 1990), goalkeeper for Manchester United F.C. reserves
    • Bruce Amos (born 1946), Canadian chess player
    • Danny Amos, South African born-Israeli association football player
    • Imre Ámos (1907 – c. 1944/5), Jewish-Hungarian painter
    • James F. Amos, United States Marine Corps general
    • John Amos, American actor
    • Martin John Amos, (born 1941) Catholic Bishop of Davenport, Iowa (USA)
    • Michael Amos, New Zealand swimmer
    • Nathan Amos, South African born-Israeli international rugby union player
    • Stephen K. Amos, stand-up comedian from England
    • Terri Utley née Amos (born 1962), beauty queen and motivational speaker
    • Tori Amos (born Myra Ellen Amos, 1963), American pianist and singer-songwriter
    • Wally Amos (born 1936), entrepreneur, actor and book writer, founder of the "Famous Amos" chocolate chip cookie brand
    • Walter Amos, English footballer who played in 455 games for Bury
    • Bruce Amos (born 1946), Canadian photographer
    • Unrelated to Hebrew: Valerie Amos
    Technology
    • AMOS or Advanced Mortar System, a 120 mm automatic twin barreled, breech loaded mortar turret
    • AMOS (programming language), a dialect of BASIC on the Amiga computer
    • AMOS (Alpha Micro Operating System) – see Alpha Microsystems
    • AMOS, a statistical software package for structural equation modeling, produced by SPSS
    • AMOS, a software program for asset management including maintenance, procurement and technical management in the fields of ships, defence and oil & gas installations
    • AMOS, or Air Force Maui Optical and Supercomputing observatory, an Air Force Research Laboratory operating location on Maui, Hawaii
    • AMOS, Aircraft Maintenance Operating System, a software package to support aircraft maintenance and repair organisations (MRO)
    Places
    • Amos, California, in Imperial County
    • Amos, Kentucky
    • Adams Morgan, neighborhood also known as Amos in Washington, DC
    • Amos, Quebec, town in northwestern Quebec, Canada
    • Amos (ancient city), ancient town close to Marmaris, Turkey
    Other
    • Amos, a 1985 film starring Kirk Douglas, Elizabeth Montgomery and Dorothy McGuire
    • Amos (satellite), series of Israeli IAI-built civilian communications satellites in geostationary orbit (launched 1996, 2003, 2008)
    • Air Force Maui Optical and Supercomputing observatory, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) operating location on Maui
    • Amos, the NATO reporting name of the Vympel R-33 air-to-air missile
    • Amos ''n'' Andy (1920s-1950s), radio-serial situation comedy popular in the United States
    • Famous Amos, cookie company founded by Wally Amos
    • Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society
    • Amos the Transparent, an up-and-coming Indie Rock band from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    • Amos Beer made by the Amos brewery in France until purchased by the Karlsberg Brewery (German text)
    • Amos Moses, song by Jerry Reed, about the eponymous fictional alligator hunter.
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