1. Noun.  Native or inhabitant of Ammon.
  2. Proper noun.  Extinct Canaanite language of the Ammonite people who used to live in modern-day northwest Jordan, and after whom its capital Amman is named. Extinct since 5th century BCE.
  3. Noun.  An explosive prepared from ammonium nitrate; amatol.
  4. Noun.  Any of an extinct group of cephalopods of the subfamily ''Ammonoidea''; a fossil shell of such an animal.

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