The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
Adam \Ad"am\, n.
1. The name given in the Bible to the first man, the
progenitor of the human race.
2. (As a symbol) "Original sin;" human frailty.
And whipped the offending Adam out of him. --Shak.
Adam's ale, water. [Coll.]
(a) A species of banana (Musa paradisiaca). It attains a
height of twenty feet or more. --Paxton.
(b) A species of lime (Citris limetta).
2. The projection formed by the thyroid cartilage in the
neck. It is particularly prominent in males, and is so
called from a notion that it was caused by the forbidden
fruit (an apple) sticking in the throat of our first
Adam's flannel (Bot.), the mullein (Verbascum thapsus).
Adam's needle (Bot.), the popular name of a genus (Yucca)
of liliaceous plants.