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Adam (srpski, ćir. Adam)[uredi]

Imenica[uredi]

Adam, m

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Značenja:

  1. prvi čovek po hrišćanskom verovanju [1]

Reference[uredi]

  1. 1,0 1,1 Ćosić, Pavle; et al. (gl. asistent i stručni konsultant Bojana Đorđević) (2008). Rečnik sinonima. Beograd: Kornet. ISBN 978-86-86673-09-1.  (COBISS)

Napomene[uredi]

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Takođe pogledajte: adam, adām, ādām, Ádam, Âdam, Ádám, i A'dam

Engleski[uredi]

Etimologija[uredi]

From Srednji Engleski Adam, from Latinski Adam, Adamus, from Antički Grčki Ἀδάμ (Adám), Ἄδαμος (Ádamos), from Biblical Hebrew אָדָם(adam, earth, man, soil, light brown), from אדמה(adamah, red earth, ground).

Izgovor[uredi]

Vlastita imenica[uredi]

Adam (plural Adams)

  1. (Abrahamic religions) The first man and the progenitor of the human race.
  2. A male given name from Hebrew.
    • 1859George Eliot, Adam Bede, ch 1
      Adam Bede was a Saxon, and justified his name; but the jet-black hair, made the more noticeable by its contrast with the light paper cap, and the keen glance of the dark eyes that shone from under strongly marked, prominent and mobile eyebrows, indicated a mixture of Celtic blood.
    • 1904Mark Twain, Extracts from Adam's Diary
      Since then I have deciphered some more of Adam’s hieroglyphics, and think he has now become sufficiently important as a public character to justify this publication.
    • 1933Eleanor Farjeon, Over the Garden Wall, Faber and Faber 1933, page 90 ("Boys' Names")
      What splendid names for boys there are! / There's Carol like a rolling car, / And Martin like a flying bird, / And Adam like the Lord's First Word,
  3. (figuratively) Original sin or human frailty.
  4. (with second or last) Jesus Christ, whose sacrifice, in Christian theology, makes possible the forgiveness of Adam's original sin.
  5. Designating a neoclassical style of furniture and architecture in the style of Robert and James Adam.
    • 1936, HP Lovecraft, ‘The Haunter of the Dark’:
      Inside were six-panelled doors, wide floor-boards, a curving colonial staircase, white Adam-period mantels, and a rear set of rooms three steps below the general level.
  6. An English patronymic prezime​.
  7. A Scottish patronymic prezime​.
  8. A French patronymic prezime​.
  9. A German patronymic prezime​.

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  1. (English surname): Adams
  2. (Scottish surname): Adams, McAdam, McAdams, McCaw, MacAdam, MacAdams, MacCaw

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Catalan[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

From Hebrejski אָדָם(adam, earth, man, soil, light brown).

Pronunciation[uredi]

Proper noun[uredi]

Adam m

  1. A male given name, equivalent to Engleski Adam.
  2. Adam (biblical figure)

Cornish[uredi]

Pronunciation[uredi]

MFA(ključ): /ˈædəm/

Proper noun[uredi]

Adam

  1. Adam (biblical figure)

Czech[uredi]

Češki Vikipedija ima članak na:
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===Etymology

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From Hebrejski אָדָם(adam, earth, man, soil, light brown).

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Adam m

  1. Adam (biblical figure)
  2. A male given name from Hebrew, equivalent to Engleski Adam.

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Ovaj noun zahteva inflection-table template.

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Danish[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

From Hebrejski אָדָם(adam, earth, man, soil, light brown).

Proper noun[uredi]

Adam

  1. Adam (biblical figure)
  2. A male given name.

Dutch[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

From Srednji Holandski Adam, from Latinski Ādām, from Antički Grčki Ἀδάμ (Adám), from Hebrejski אָדָם‎(Adam).

Pronunciation[uredi]

Proper noun[uredi]

Adam m

  1. Adam (Biblical character, mythological first man)
  2. A male given name from Hebrew.

Derived terms[uredi]


Ewe[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

From Hebrejski אָדָם(adam, earth, man, soil, light brown).

Proper noun[uredi]

Adam

  1. Adam (biblical figure)
  2. A male given name.

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French[uredi]

===Etymology

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From Hebrejski אָדָם(adam, earth, man, soil, light brown).

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Adam

  1. Adam (biblical figure)
  2. A male given name.

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German[uredi]

===Etymology

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From Hebrejski אָדָם(adam, earth, man, soil, light brown).

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Adam m

  1. Adam (biblical figure)
  2. A male given name. Pet form: Adi

Icelandic[uredi]

===Etymology

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From Hebrejski אָדָם(adam, earth, man, soil, light brown).

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Adam m (genitive singular Adams, no plural)

  1. Adam (biblical figure)
  2. A male given name

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Italian[uredi]

===Etymology

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Alteration of MDMA

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Adam m (invariable)

  1. (informal) ecstasy (drug)

Latin[uredi]

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Adam

  1. Adam (Biblical character)

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Lua greška in Modul:la-nominal at line 1983: Unrecognized declension '0'.

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Maltese[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

From Sicilian Adamu, Addamu and/or Italijanski Adamo, both from Latinski Ādāmus, from Antički Grčki Ἀδάμ (Adám), from Hebrejski אָדָם(āḏām). All religious names (though not all religious words) in Maltese are borrowings from Romance. The inherited form from Arapski آدَم(ʾādam) would be *Iedem, which is preserved in bniedem (human being, literally son of Adam).

Pronunciation[uredi]

Proper noun[uredi]

Adam m

  1. Adam

Derived terms[uredi]


Middle English[uredi]

Etymology[uredi]

From Latinski Ādāmus, Ādām, from Antički Grčki Ἀδάμ (Adám), Ἄδαμος (Ádamos), from Biblical Hebrew אָדָם(adam).

Pronunciation[uredi]

Proper noun[uredi]

Adam

  1. Adam (Biblical progenitor of humankind).
  2. A male given name from Hebrew; Adam.
  3. (with newe or last) Jesus Christ.

Descendants[uredi]

  • Engleski: Adam
  • Škotski: Adam, Aidam

References[uredi]


Norwegian[uredi]

===Etymology

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From Hebrejski אָדָם(adam, earth, man, soil, light brown).

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Adam

  1. Adam (biblical figure)
  2. A male given name.

Polish[uredi]

Poljski Vikipedija ima članak na:
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Etymology[uredi]

From Hebrejski אָדָם(adam, earth, man, soil, light brown).

Pronunciation[uredi]

Proper noun[uredi]

Adam m pers (diminutive Adaś)

  1. Adam (biblical figure)
  2. A male given name, equivalent to Engleski Adam.

Declension[uredi]

Further reading[uredi]

  • Adam in Polish dictionaries at PWN

Serbo-Croatian[uredi]

===Etymology

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From Hebrejski אָדָם(adam, earth, man, soil, light brown).

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Àdam m (Ćirilica pravopis Àdam)

  1. Adam (biblical figure)
  2. A male given name.

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Slovak[uredi]

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Adam m (genitive Adama, nominative plural Adamovia) declension pattern chlap

  1. Adam (biblical figure)
  2. A male given name.

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  • Adam in Slovak dictionaries at korpus.sk

Spanish[uredi]

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Adam m

  1. Alternative form of Adán (biblical figure)
    • 1602La Santa Biblia (antigua versión de Casiodoro de Reina), rev., Génesis 2:20
      Y puso Adam nombres á toda bestia y ave de los cielos y á todoanimal del campo.

Swedish[uredi]

===Etymology

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From Hebrejski אָדָם(adam, earth, man, soil, light brown).

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Adam c (genitive Adams)

  1. Adam (biblical figure)
  2. A male given name. Pet form: Adde.

Tok Pisin[uredi]

===Etymology

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From Engleski Adam.

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Adam

  1. Adam
    • 1989, Buk Baibel long Tok Pisin, Port Moresby: Bible Society of Papua New Guinea, 2:20:
      (please add an English translation of this quote)
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Turkish[uredi]

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Adam

  1. A male given name