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Definition of the noun Adamas

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Adamas is a genus of Nothobranchiidae, described by Huber in 1979.

Adamas is a genus of Tenthredinidae, described by Malaise in 1945.

Adamas is a genus.

    Characters

    1. Adamas is a fictional character from the 2007 film Romance of Astree and Celadon.
    2. Adamas is a fictional character from the 2011 film Tadas Blinda. Pradzia.

    Music

    1. "Adamas" is a composition.
    2. "Adamas" is a musical album of 麒麟.
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    3. "Adamas" is a musical album of Feinkost Paranoia.

    Phrases with Adamas

    1. Adamas formosus
    2. species Adamas formosus
    3. genus Adamas
    4. Anomia Adamas
    5. Mallomonas Adamas
    6. Pachliopta Adamas
    7. Psilonotus Adamas
    8. Raphitelus Adamas
    9. Callianassa Adamas
    10. Callichirus adamas
    11. Pterophorus Adamas
    12. Species Anomia Adamas
    13. Species Mallomonas Adamas
    14. Species Pachliopta Adamas
    15. Species Psilonotus Adamas
    16. Species Raphitelus Adamas
    17. Species Callianassa Adamas
    18. species Callichirus adamas
    19. Species Pterophorus Adamas
    20. Rhombosolea Retiaria Adamas

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    Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Adamas

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    Google previewThe Gnostic Bible (2009)

    Revised and Expanded Edition by Willis Barnstone, Marvin Meyer

    Adamas is the primal human. .A corybant (or korybant) is an ecstatic celebrant sometimes linked to the Great Mother of Phrygia. Haimos is the name of a river in Thrace. . Papas is a name connected to Attis, possibly related to Papa. .

    Google previewThings you ought to know clearly explained (1877)

    by One who knows (pseud.)

    Adamas is the name of a composition resembling terra-cotta, but including additional elements which render it as hard and almost as difficult to break as brass. It is extremely valuable on account of its resistance to all acids, and to every form of ...

    Google previewA Dictionary of Western Alchemy (2014)

    by Jordan Stratford, Jeffrey S Kupperman

    adamas Unbreakable. Literally, Greek, “diamond.” aer Greek, “air.” aerugo Verdigris, from copper. From Latin aes, “copper.” aes Brass; also used generically for any common metallic substance, such as copper or bronze. Literally, Latin ...

    Google previewDictionary of Angels (1967)

    by Gustav Davidson

    Sabaoth Adamas — in ...

    Google previewA Dictionary of the Bible: Red-Sea-Zuzims (1863)

    by William Smith

    ADAMANT ADAMANT ("VOIP, sh&mtr : iSojiirriros : adamas *). The word Sh&mtr occurs as a common noun eleven times in the 0. T. In eight of these passages it evidently stands for some prickly plant, and accordingly it is rendered " briers ...

    Google previewA Dictionary of Christian Biography, Literature, Sects and Doctrines, Being a Continuation of "The Dictionary of the Bible": Naamanes-Zuntfredus (1887)

    by Sir William Smith, Henry Wace

    Underneath this Aeon are the twelve Aeons, of which six are ruled by Sabaoth Adamas, and six by Jabraoth...

    Google previewDictionary of Dreams (2001)

    by Farokh Jamshed Master, Jamshed Farokh

    Events previous” ACONITUMNAPELLUS ADAMAS Events; day ...

    Google previewDR. WILLIAM SMITHS DICTIONARY OF THE BIBLE (1868)

    by EZRA ABBOT

    adamas h). The word Shamir occurs as a common noun eleven times in the O. T. In eight of these passages it evidently stands for some prickly plant, and accordingly it is rendered "briers"0 by the A. V. In the three remaining passages ...

    Google previewEncyclopedia Britannica (1922)

    A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm

    ,—Sic Adamas, punctum lapidis, pretiosior auro, -and Pliny (A.D. 1oo) speaks of the rarity of the stone, “the most ...

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    Scrabble value of A1D2A1M3A1S1

    The value of this 6-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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