AMMARON

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 AMMARON

Lehite PN		Historian, ca. 306 AD (4 Nephi 1:47; Mormon 4:23)

Ammaron could be a variant of Amaron (see above). However, if the double m is to be taken seriously, then ʿm ʾrwn, “people of the ark,” is not impossible (JH), 
but hardly plausible.

Ammaron is also spelled Amoron (OM Alma 54:1) and Ammoron (OM and PM Alma 54:16, 23; 55:1–2; 56:18, 20; 57:1, 3; 59:7).

Notes
It is interesting that both Amaron and Ammaron were Nephite scribes/historians, though separated in time by many centuries (JAT).

Cf. Book of Mormon Amaron, Ammoron, Amoron, Moron, Moroni, Moronihah, Emron, Emer, Omer, Amulek (vs. Mulek)