A housemaid, especially a wet nurse, in India and the Far East.(noun)
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Use "amah" in a sentence
"Ni'amah's house and frequented his slave-wife, Naomi."
"Quoth Ni'amah's mother, "I fear lest thy lord know;" but said the old woman, "By Allah, I will not let her take seat on the floor; no, she shall look, standing on her feet, and not tarry.""
"“She got a great deal from her amah,” said Marian."