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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 kind of Nothobranchiidae.


  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.


  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. Callianassa Adamas
  9. Callichirus adamas
  10. Pterophorus Adamas
  11. Species Anomia Adamas
  12. Species Psilonotus Adamas
  13. Species Raphitelus Adamas
  14. Species Callianassa Adamas
  15. species Callichirus adamas
  16. Rhombosolea Retiaria Adamas
  17. Subspecies Rhombosolea Retiaria Adamas

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Google previewThings you ought to know clearly explained (1877)

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 previewThe Character of Diamonds in a World of Glass (2005)

by Linda Adkins

The Greek word Adamas is the origin of the word diamond. It means unconquerable and indestructible. The “Love of Christ” is the unconquerable and indestructible diamond-force in our lives. ” One of the greatest diamonds we can find is the ...

Google previewThe Gnostic Bible (2009)

by Willis Barnstone

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 previewKnives 2013 (2012)

The World's Greatest Knife Book by Joe Kertzman

“With a name derived from the Greek word for 'invincible' or 'unconquerable,' the Adamas is a heavy-duty tool for tactical situations,” Hunt informed. It features a 4- inch, drop-point blade of D2 tool steel, well known for its ability to hold an edge ...

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 previewA Dictionary of Gnosticism (2014)

by Andrew Phillip Smith

Adamas: The heavenly *Adam, or divine *Anthropos, father of the heavenly *Seth in Gnostic systems such as the *Naasene. In *Manichaean myth, in the * Kephalaia, Adamas of Light is one of the *five sons of the *Living Spirit and is sent to ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Ancient Deities (2013)

by Charles Russell Coulter, Patricia Turner

Also known as: Iahweh Sabaoth, Iao-sabaoth, Ibraoth, Lord Sabaoth, Sabaoth the Adamas. Possibly anunderworld deity. Archon andruler ofthe fifth sphere.

Google previewLexicon chymicum (1657)

cùm obscuriorum verborum, et rerum hermeticarum, tum phrasium paracelsicarum, in scriptis ejus, et aliorum Chymicorum ... explicationem continens by William Johnson

Adamas, ligat Magnetem, & vitibus ptivat; nam juxta fenum pofitus,non patiatut abfttahi, aut fi ad- motus Magnes, fettum apptehendetit, fettum tapiat Scaufetat. Adamas, Venena ittita facit,abigit Iymphationes, lemutes, íneubos, fuceubos ...

Google previewAdvanced Learners' Dictionary (1998)

by Martin H. Manser, Turton, Nigel D. Turton

Adamant comes ultimately from the Greek adamas, meaning 'invincible' or ' unconquerable'. This was originally used to describe a legendary mineral of impenetrable hardness but in time came to be applied to the diamond . The similarity in ...

Google previewLexicon Chymicum, cum obscuriorum verborum et rerum Hermeticarum, tum phrasium Paracelsicarum in scriptis ejus, et aliorum chymicorum, passim occurrentium ... explicationem continens. (Vita Paracelsi.) (1657)

Adamas, ligat Magnetem, & viribus privat; nam juxta ferrum positus,non patiatur abstrahi, aut fi admotus Magnes, ferrum apprehenderit, ferrum rapiat & auferat. * —Adamas,Venena irrita facit,abigit lymphationes, lemures, incubos, fuccubos ...

Google previewDictionary of Dreams (2001)

by Farokh Jamshed Master, Jamshed Farokh

ACONITUMNAPELLUS ADAMAS Events; day of” Excelling in mental work Exertion, mental” Falling, high places from Falling. Fantastic (coloured, visionary) Fixed upon one subject Frightful Future Events, prophetic” Heavy Historic (events long ...

Google previewA Lexicon of Alchemy (2014)

by Martin Rulandus


Google previewJo. Christiani Biel, ... Novus thesaurus philologicus; sive Lexicon in 70. et alios interpretes et scriptores apocryphos Veteris Testamenti. Ex B. auctoris Mscto edidit ac praefatus est E.H. Mutzenbecher, ... Pars prima [-tertia] (1779)

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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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