āmen, interjection: amen. (AH-men / ˈaː-mɛn)

Image of writing on parchment in a medieval hand, both Latin and Old English, in black and red inks; in the centre of the image is the word Amen.
Glossed hymnal; England (Canterbury), mid 11th century; British Library, Cotton MS Vespasian D XII, f. 29v. [bl.uk]

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