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Among

3 entries found.

From Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913) [web1913]

Among \A*mong"\, Amongst \A*mongst"\, prep. [OE. amongist,
   amonges, amonge, among, AS. onmang, ongemang, gemang, in a
   crowd or mixture. For the ending -st see {Amidst}. See
   {Mingle}.]
   1. Mixed or mingled; surrounded by.

            They heard, And from his presence hid themselves
            among The thickest trees.             --Milton.

   2. Conjoined, or associated with, or making part of the
      number of; in the number or class of.

            Blessed art thou among women.         --Luke i. 28.

   3. Expressing a relation of dispersion, distribution, etc.;
      also, a relation of reciprocal action.

            What news among the merchants?        --Shak.

            Human sacrifices were practiced among them. --Hume.

            Divide that gold amongst you.         --Marlowe.

            Whether they quarreled among themselves, or with
            their neighbors.                      --Addison.

   Syn: Amidst; between. See {Amidst}, {Between}.

From Internet Dictionary Project [idp_french]

among
	parmi, entre[Preposition]



From Internet Dictionary Project [idp_german]

among
	mitten; unter

Among

3 entries found.

From Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913) [web1913]

Among \A*mong"\, Amongst \A*mongst"\, prep. [OE. amongist,
   amonges, amonge, among, AS. onmang, ongemang, gemang, in a
   crowd or mixture. For the ending -st see {Amidst}. See
   {Mingle}.]
   1. Mixed or mingled; surrounded by.

            They heard, And from his presence hid themselves
            among The thickest trees.             --Milton.

   2. Conjoined, or associated with, or making part of the
      number of; in the number or class of.

            Blessed art thou among women.         --Luke i. 28.

   3. Expressing a relation of dispersion, distribution, etc.;
      also, a relation of reciprocal action.

            What news among the merchants?        --Shak.

            Human sacrifices were practiced among them. --Hume.

            Divide that gold amongst you.         --Marlowe.

            Whether they quarreled among themselves, or with
            their neighbors.                      --Addison.

   Syn: Amidst; between. See {Amidst}, {Between}.

From Internet Dictionary Project [idp_french]

among
	parmi, entre[Preposition]



From Internet Dictionary Project [idp_german]

among
	mitten; unter