Setting a religeous context as a nickname for one named Eamon.
What's up Amos; are you still going with that one?
by Handy Man April 07, 2005
Amos: Also known as Amos Syndrome. Originally associated with fungi of the bubon region, the term has been expanded to incorporated other genetalia related diseases.
Due to recent scientific re-modelling of the term, Amos now most astutely define the most hazardous and life threatening of genetalia related ailments.
Doctor: The malformed infant was stuck in the mother's womb, its body partially protruding from the mother's genetalia.

Doctor: A severe case of un-natural discharges affect your son's genetalia, he is afflicted by Amos Syndrome.

Doctor: Cause of death for this patient, Amos Syndrome to the nether region, spreading to his urethra and internal organs, causing internal bleeding and sexual discharges internally.
by P.R.O.K June 21, 2006

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