Definition of Adamhood in English:

Adamhood

noun

poetic
  • Manhood, humanity; (sometimes) specifically sinful and unregenerate human nature resulting from Adam's disobedience as described in Genesis.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in Edward Irving (1792–1834), preacher and theologian. From the name of Adam, the first human in the biblical account + -hood, after manhood.

Pronunciation:

Adamhood

/ˈadəmhʊd/