Definitions

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  • proper noun A diminutive of the male given name Adam, Adrian or Aidan.
  • proper noun A diminutive of the female given name Adele, Adriana or Adrienne.
  • proper noun A surname derived from Adam.

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Examples

  • Justin Adie said ... this is space opera at its best. i'm awed by Hamilton's ability to string a cohesive story together over so many pages and in so many threads (and agree that this is a much tighter offering than previous outings).

    The Temporal Void by Peter F Hamilton (Pan Macmillan, 3rd October 2008)

  • The character of Julian Adie is based on Lawrence Durrell, although the author is quick to point out that the story she creates is entirely fictional.

    Songs of Blue and Gold « Tales from the Reading Room

  • That people called Adie the bone woman was small wonder; the house had little else in it.

    Stone of Tears

  • "Adie --" said * Siegfried, "there are ten people on that bus, and one of them is having a heart attack."

    Galapagos

  • "Adie --" said * Siegfried, "is there some way we can get the ship closer to the dock?"

    Galapagos

  • Adrienne 'Adie' Fuchs, MA Joins the Ranks of Leading Professionals Cambridge Who's Who Publishing, Inc.

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  • Dr. M.nica M. Jablonski Recognized by Exclusive Professional Networking Organization Adrienne 'Adie' Fuchs, M. Joins the Ranks of Leading Professionals Cambridge Who's Who Publishing, Inc.

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  • Adrienne 'Adie' Fuchs, MA Joins the Ranks of Leading Professionals Cambridge Who's Who Publishing, Inc.

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  • Adrienne 'Adie' Fuchs, MA Joins the Ranks of Leading Professionals Cambridge Who's Who Publishing, Inc.

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  • Adrienne 'Adie' Fuchs, MA Joins the Ranks of Leading Professionals Cambridge Who's Who Publishing, Inc.

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