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Adamite

(ˈædəˌmaɪt)
n
1. a human being
2. a nudist, esp a member of an early Christian sect who sought to imitate Adam
Adamitic adj
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In it Duncan attempted to reconcile geology and religion by postulating a succession of worlds, notably an earlier Pre-Adamitic world populated by humans who became angels separated from the later, Adamitic world by an ice age that destroyed all life.
Loyal nationalists tended to support their own country's speech; German, Italian, and Gaelic were heavy favorites in the Adamitic stakes.
The refutation of an Adamitic origin, coinciding de facto with a refutation of the auctoritas of the Testaments, led to the conclusion that the world itself had no "origin.