a descendant of ; human being.
No food or lodging shall be afforded to a Quaker, Adamite, or other heretic.
The Scrap Book, Volume 1, No. 3 Various
His first epic poem, Adamite, deals with a strange, well-known episode in Bohemian history.
A History of Bohemian Literature Count Ltzow
He became an Adamite, preached up the nakedness of Adam in his days of innocence.
La Sorcire: The Witch of the Middle Ages Jules Michelet
No food and lodgings shall be allowed a Quaker, Adamite, or other heretic.
Diary in America, Series One Frederick Marryat (AKA Captain Marryat)
When she sees her Salibrand so unmodiously accoutred, she will jeer him out of his periwig, and render him an Adamite cap-a-pie.
A Select Collection of Old English Plays Robert Dodsley
No food or lodging shall be offered to a Quaker, Adamite, or other heretic.
The Olden Time Series, Vol. 3: New-England Sunday Henry M. Brooks
a human being
a nudist, esp a member of an early Christian sect who sought to imitate Adam
“human being, descendant of Adam” the Biblical first man, 1630s, from Adam + -ite (1). Used from 1620s of sects or groups that practice nudism, in reference to the state of Adam before the Fall.
noun Valdas. born 1926, Lithuanian politician, president of Lithuania (1998–2003, 2004–2009))
adamo database A data management system written at CERN, based on the Entity-Relationship model. (1995-03-14) Contemporary Examples It turns out, however, that adamo’s pieces are very closely based on real termite mounds. Artist as Ant Blake Gopnik October 3, 2013 Historical Examples This was in 1601, several years before the “adamo” of Andrieni. Vondel’s Lucifer […]
noun Arthur. 1908–70, French dramatist, born in Russia: one of the foremost exponents of the Theatre of the Absurd. His plays include Le Professeur Taranne (1953), Le Ping-Pong (1955), and Le Printemps ’71 (1960) Historical Examples adamov left the school with a gold medal and rose rapidly to a high place in the Ministry of […]
- Adams-stokes syndrome
Pathology, . noun another term for heart block Adams-Stokes syndrome Ad·ams-Stokes syndrome (ād’əmz-) n. An occasional temporary stoppage or extreme slowing of the pulse as a result of heart block, causing dizziness, fainting, and sometimes convulsions. Also called Morgagni’s disease, Spens’ syndrome, Stokes-Adams disease, Stokes-Adams syndrome.