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Adjective, derived from two Greek words, amphi, a fish, and bios, a beast.
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You had better, then, ask the nearest Government pupil-teacher, who may possibly answer you smartly enough, thus- "Amphibious. Adjective, derived from two Greek words, _amphi_, a fish, and _bios_, a beast.
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Addressing that first Church of Rome (which was in the house of Priscilla and Aquila before Paul, or Peter, or the barely-mentioned Linus, are heard of in Rome), Paul indicates the equality of male and female Apostles by mentioning in one and the same category Priscilla and Aquila, Andronicus and Junia, Mary, "who bestowed much labor among you," Amphis, Urbane, Tryphena and Tryphosa, Persis, Julia, Rufus and Hermas.
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Examples of Amphi

Example #1
You had better, then, ask the nearest Government pupil-teacher, who may possibly answer you smartly enough, thus - "Amphibious.
Example #2
You do not know what that means?
Example #3
You do not know what that means?
Example #4
TOM was now quite amphibious.
Example #5
Phebe was the bishop of the Church in Cenchrea, and that she was both a powerful and useful overseer in the episcopate, Paul testifies in affirming that she had not only been a helper to him, but to many others also.
Example #6
That it was well understood, throughout the whole Church, that women had shared the labors of the Apostles, is evidenced by Chrysostom's specific eulogy thereupon.