lamanite

Lamanite - What does it mean?

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Lamanitish vs Lamanite - What's the difference?

lamanitish | lamanite | Derived terms |

Lamanitish is a derived term of lamanite.


As an adjective lamanitish

is of or pertaining to the lamanites.

As a noun lamanite is

(mormonism) a member of the group of descendants of who live in the americas and include the modern-day american indians.

Americas vs Lamanite - What's the difference?

americas | lamanite |


As a proper noun americas

is .

As a noun lamanite is

(mormonism) a member of the group of descendants of who live in the americas and include the modern-day american indians.

Lamanite vs Nephite - What's the difference?

lamanite | nephite |


In mormonism|lang=en terms the difference between lamanite and nephite

is that lamanite is (mormonism) a member of the group of descendants of who live in the americas and include the modern-day american indians while nephite is (mormonism) a member of the group of descendants of son (nephi) who supposedly lived in the americas from around 600 bc until 385 ad when the lamanites wiped them out.

As nouns the difference between lamanite and nephite

is that lamanite is (mormonism) a member of the group of descendants of who live in the americas and include the modern-day american indians while nephite is (mormonism) a member of the group of descendants of son (nephi) who supposedly lived in the americas from around 600 bc until 385 ad when the lamanites wiped them out.