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among /əˈmʌŋ/, amongst prep
  1. in the midst of: he lived among the Indians
  2. to each of: divide the reward among yourselves
  3. in the group, class, or number of: ranked among the greatest writers
  4. taken out of (a group): he is only one among many
  5. with one another within a group; by the joint action of: a lot of gossip among the women employees, decide it among yourselves
Etymology: Old English amang, contracted from on gemang in the group of, from on + gemang crowd; see mingle, mongrel

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