From a notion however of Adama signifying Adam, a story prevailed that he was buried at Damascus.
A New System; or, an Analysis of Antient Mythology. Volume I. Jacob Bryant
Adama′wa (also called Fumbina), a region of West Africa, between lat.
The New Gresham Encyclopedia. Vol. 1 Part 1 Various
Persian: God created the world in six days, a man called Adama, a woman called Evah, and then rested.
The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 3 (of 12) Robert G. Ingersoll
Adama and Seboim were two cities in the neighborhood of Sodom: and underwent the like destruction.
The Bible, Douay-Rheims Version Various
adamakegen tool A program that generates makefiles for Ada programs. Adamakegen was written by Owen O’Malley firstname.lastname@example.org. It requires Icon and runs under Verdix and SunAda. Latest version: 2.6.3, as of 1993-03-02. Adamakegen Home (http://schwartz-omalley.com/people/owen/tools/adamakegen.html). (2004-08-21)
adamah red earth, a fortified city of Naphtali, probably the modern Damieh, on the west side of the sea of Tiberias (Josh. 19:33, 36). Historical Examples The word Adam means “be red,” and adamah may be referred to the red soil of Palestine. Bible Romances George W. Foote “I ought to be called Adam,” was […]
utterly unyielding in attitude or opinion in spite of all appeals, urgings, etc. too hard to cut, break, or pierce. any impenetrably or unyieldingly hard substance. a legendary stone of impenetrable hardness, formerly sometimes identified with the diamond. adjective unshakable in purpose, determination, or opinion; unyielding a less common word for adamantine (sense 1) noun […]
utterly unyielding in attitude or opinion in spite of all appeals, urgings, etc. too hard to cut, break, or pierce. any impenetrably or unyieldingly hard substance. a legendary stone of impenetrable hardness, formerly sometimes identified with the diamond. Contemporary Examples I was adamant that she was too young and took the newspaper to my parents […]