Ame, AME, or AmE may refer to

  • Anomalous Microwave Emission
  • Amé, a soft drink
  • Adaptive multithreaded encryption
  • African Methodist Episcopal Church
  • African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
  • AME Accounting Software
  • Aircraft maintenance engineer
  • Aircraft maintenance engineer (Canada)
  • American English
  • AMETEK - an American technology company
  • Amplitude Modulation Equivalent
  • Apparent mineralocorticoid excess syndrome
  • The Areas of My Expertise, a satirical almanac by John Hodgman.
  • Assistant managing editor
  • Atelier Mécanique de Mulhouse a French armament R&D facility in charge of light weapons design after WW2.
  • Aviation Medical Examiner, in the United States
  • the sound post of a member the viol or violin family
  • Amé - 'auntie' in the Persian language

Other articles related to "ame":

AME Accounting Software
... AME Accounting Software is a business accounting software application developed by AME Software Products, Inc ... AME Accounting Software includes Payroll, General Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, 1099 Vendor Management, MICR check printing, and Direct Deposit ... AME Accounting Software was initially developed for DOS ...
Shinshiro (album)
... It includes the songs Sen To Rei (セントレイ) and Ame from their maxi single, "Sentorei." The album contains a different version of the song Ame that was not released on the single, entitled, Ame(B) ...
Shanti (song) - Track Listing
... Tears of Love Pasio Dragonfly Neva Eva Shinku/Ai no Uta Nakitai Nara Wake You Up/Ame no Hi ni wa Ame no Naka o Kaze no Hi ni wa Kaze no Naka o/Marvelous Futari de iijanai Ame no Hi ni wa Ame ...
... Bo'ame (Somali Boocame) is an ancient town in the northern Sool region of Somalia, the capital of Bo'ame district which includes the small towns of Karin-gorfood, Fardhidin, Dan-Gudban, Caleeli ... Bo'ame is a commercial centre for the largely agricultural district ... Bo'ame has a business relationship to many cities such as Garowe, the administrative capital of Puntland, Galkacyo, Bosasso and Las Anod the capital of Sool ...

Famous quotes containing the word ame:

    Madame, withouten many wordes,
    Ons I ame sure ye will or no;
    And if ye will, then leve your bordes,
    And use your wit and shew it so.
    Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?–1542)

    here I ame in Kent and Christendome
    Emong the muses where I rede and ryme;
    Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?–1542)

    Nor I ame not where Christe is geven in pray
    For mony, poison and traison at Rome,
    Sir Thomas Wyatt (1503?–1542)