Adamic Language

The Adamic language is, according to Jews (as recorded in the midrashim) and some Christians, the language spoken by Adam (and possibly Eve) in the Garden of Eden. It is variously interpreted as either the language used by God to address Adam (the divine language), or the language invented by Adam with which he named all things (including Eve), as in Genesis 2:19.

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Confusion Of Tongues - Subsequent Interpretation
... During the Middle Ages, the Hebrew language was widely considered the language used by God to address Adam in Paradise, and by Adam as lawgiver (the Adamic language) by ... Dante in the Divina commedia implies however that the language of Paradise was different from later Hebrew by saying that Adam addressed God as I rather than El ... Preceding the acceptance of the Indo-European language family, these languages were considered to be "Japhetite" by some authors (e.g ...
Adamic Language - Modern - Latter-day Saints Movement
... by the RLDS under that title), declared the Adamic language to have been "pure and undefiled" ... Some Latter-day Saints (LDS or Mormons) believe it to be the language of God ... Ann Whitney claimed to have received several words in the Adamic language in revelations ...

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