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|'''[[:Category:Nephite PN|Nephite PN]]'''
 
|'''[[:Category:Nephite PN|Nephite PN]]'''
 
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|Prophet/missionary from '''[[AMMONIHAH]]''', 1st c. BC ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/alma/8/21#21 Alma 8:21]; [http://scriptures.lds.org/en/ether/12/13#13 Ether 12:13])
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|Prophet/missionary from [[AMMONIHAH|A<small>MMONIHAH</small>]], 1st c. BC ([http://scriptures.lds.org/en/alma/8/21#21 Alma 8:21]; [http://scriptures.lds.org/en/ether/12/13#13 Ether 12:13])
 
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Probably a variant form from '''[[MULEK]]''', on which see the same below. The initial vowel could be the vestiges of the definite article (see the discussion under “a-” in  
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Probably a variant form from [[MULEK|M<small>ULEK</small>]], on which see the same below. The initial vowel could be the vestiges of the definite article (see the discussion under “''a-''” in  
 
“Studies”), and would translate approximately “the Mulek.” A prosthetic aleph is not likely because there is no consonant cluster to dissolve.
 
“Studies”), and would translate approximately “the Mulek.” A prosthetic aleph is not likely because there is no consonant cluster to dissolve.
  

Revision as of 04:05, 2 February 2012

Nephite PN 1. Prophet/missionary from AMMONIHAH, 1st c. BC (Alma 8:21; Ether 12:13)

Probably a variant form from MULEK, on which see the same below. The initial vowel could be the vestiges of the definite article (see the discussion under “a-” in “Studies”), and would translate approximately “the Mulek.” A prosthetic aleph is not likely because there is no consonant cluster to dissolve.

See also Amulek Variant