King James Dictionary
AD'AMANT, n. Gr. L. adamas a word of Celtic origin.
A very hard or impenetrable stone a name given to the diamond and other substances of extreme hardness. The name has often been given to the load stone but in modern mineralogy, it has no technical signification.
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