It is often mentioned in both Jewish and Christian prayers. The Christian use of the word was inherited from the Jewish tradition of using it in prayers, pretty much like the word Hallelujah ("praise God" in Hebrew).
In Israel, it is sometimes used as a slang in everyday speech.
The term has two meanings:
1) What you just said, is the truth.
2) I wish that what you just said, will become the truth.
(in a jewish synagogue)
Rabbi: And so the God of Israel has freed his nation from slavery in Egypt.
Jew: Amen. (It is the truth)
John: ...And so, we will crush the other team in this football game!
Bob: Amen!! (It will be the truth)
Aman once clashed kicks with Chuck Norris. The universe was destroyed and recreated in that exact instant and Aman was declared victorious as this universe was one where Chuck Norris was killed by Bruce Lee in The Way of the Dragon.
Aman also broke math at one time. All math was proven wrong before Aman's wrathful findings.
Aman is someone who is extremely clever and intelligent. Aman cannot be outsmarted, if you have believed you have done so then he planned for you to do it. If it appears Aman is having a headache, he is not. He is having a premonition. Aman is also a robot.
No one knows where Aman originated, some believe he simply existed when the universe began. Others believe his conception was synonymous with the heavens. Still others believe that he is here to wreak havoc upon mankind and ultimately rule us all. However, it is said that some see Aman roaming upon this Earth. These claims are yet to be investigated. If he does exist, pray for your lives.
Only time will tell what Aman will do next.
Verbal Adjective: firm, faithful
Conclusionary clause: so it is, so be it, may it be fulfilled
Hebrew (Aramaic): Conclusionary: So be it. Verbal Adjective: Faithful, firm.
English: Conclusionary word signaling the completion of a prayer (word, Greek: logos).