Amen meaning

ā-mĕn, ä-mĕn
At the end of religious prayers: so be it.
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Used at the end of a prayer or a statement to express assent or approval.
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An expression of strong agreement.
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At the end of a creed or in Koranic and Biblical translations: truly, verily.

At the end of surah Fatiha, you should say amen.

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The word amen is defined as to express agreement, most often during worship.

An example of the word Amen is the response that people give at the end of a homily in mass.

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A title of Christ; the Faithful One (especially with reference to Revelation 3:14)
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To say Amen.

The whole congregation amened in unison.

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An English surname.
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An instance of saying ‘amen’.
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Origin of amen

  • Middle English from Old English from Late Latin āmēn from Greek from Hebrew ’āmēn certainly, verily from ’āman to be firm ℵmn in Semitic roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Ecclesiastical Latin āmēn, from Ancient Greek ἀμήν (amēn), from Classical Hebrew אמן (amén, “certainly, truly”) (cognate with Arabic آمين (ʾāmīn), Classical Syriac ܐܡܝܢ ('āmēn))

    From Wiktionary