How Do You Spell AMIA?

Correct spelling for the English word "amia" is [ˈamiə], [ˈamiə], [ˈa_m_i__ə]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

Common Misspellings for AMIA

Below is the list of 4 misspellings for the word "amia".

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Definition of AMIA

  1. A genus of fresh-water ganoid fishes, exclusively confined to North America; called bowfin in Lake Champlain, dogfish in Lake Erie, and mudfish in South Carolina, etc. See Bowfin.

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Usage Examples for AMIA

  1. You saw that, Taylor- saw her forebears become amphibians, like the now extinct Dipneusta and Ganoideii, or the still existing Neoceratodus, Polypterus and Amia. - "Astounding Stories of Super-Science, March 1930" by Various
  2. If we except the Placoids already alluded to, and a few other families of doubtful affinities, all the Old Red Sandstone fishes are Ganoids, an order so named by Agassiz from the shining outer surface of their scales; but Professor Huxley has also called our attention to the fact that, while a few of the primary and the great majority of the secondary Ganoids resemble the living bony pike, Lepidosteus, or the Amia, genera now found in North American rivers, and one of them, Lepidosteus, extending as far south as Guatemala, the Crossopterygii, or fringe- finned Ichthyolites, of the Old Red are closely related to the African Polypterus, which is represented by five or six species now inhabiting the Nile and the rivers of Senegal. - "The Student's Elements of Geology" by Sir Charles Lyell

What does amia stand for?

Abbreviation AMIA means:

  1. Affiliate member of the Association of International Accountants
  2. Amazon Machine Image Appliance