See also Ammon, Son of Mosiah; Helaman, Sons of; Mosiah, Sons of
In the Book of Mormon, a name given to the Lamanites who were converted by the sons of Mosiah. After their conversion, these people, who were also called the people of Ammon, were faithful throughout their lives (Alma 23:4–7, 16–17; 27:20–27).
They took the name of Anti-Nephi-Lehies, Alma 23:16–17; 24:1.
They refused to shed blood and buried their weapons, Alma 24:6–19.
Their sons prepared for war and chose Helaman as their leader, Alma 53:16–19; 56–58 (these sons were also known as the 2,000 stripling warriors).