amal M

hebrew
‛ÂMÂL > AMAL
hebrew (עָמָל)

This name derives from the Hebrew “‛âmâl > amal”, meaning “grievance, iniquity, labor, mischief, misery, painful, perverseness, sorrow”. The only Amal mentioned in the Bible is a son of Helem, who is the brother of Shemer, of the tribe of Asher of Israel (1 Chronicles 7:35).

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