Adamism


Adamism
s.
adamismo.

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  • adamiens — adamisme [ adamism ] n. m. • 1866; de Adam ♦ Hist. relig. Hérésie des adamiens ou adamites, hérétiques nudistes du IIe s., adversaires du mariage (mouvement repris en Bohême au XVe s.) …   Encyclopédie Universelle