Ève - translation to french
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Ève - translation to french

Hawwa; Havvah; Eve (first woman); Mother of Mankind; Mother of all Mankind; EvE; Eve (Bible); Ḥavvāh; חַוָּה; حواء; Eve (Islam); Havyavati; Ḥawā’; Eve in Islam; Eve (Gnosticism); Eve in Gnosticism; Eve (Judaism); Eve in Judaism; Eve in Christianity; Saint Eve
  • F. Best after Marcantonio Raimondi, ''[https://library.nga.gov/permalink/01NGA_INST/1p5jkvq/alma991640163804896 Adam and Eve]'', 19th century, engraving, [https://www.nga.gov/research/library/imagecollections.html Department of Image Collections, National Gallery of Art Library, Washington, DC]
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  • Eve in paradise. Armenian icon, 1305. [[Bodleian Library]]
  • serpent]] at the entrance to [[Notre Dame Cathedral]] in Paris, France, is the portrayal of the image of the serpent as a mirror of Eve was common in earlier [[iconography]] as a result of the identification of women as the source of human [[original sin]].
  • ''Adam and Eve expelled from Eden'', by [[Hans Heyerdahl]], 1877
  • Painting from Manafi al-Hayawan (The Useful Animals), depicting Adam and Eve. From [[Maragheh]] in Iran, 1294–99
  • ''Eva'' by [[Lucas Cranach the Elder]] (1528)
  • The ''Creation of Eve'', from the [[Sistine Chapel ceiling]] by [[Michelangelo]]
  • Creation of Eve<br />Marble relief by [[Lorenzo Maitani]] on the [[Orvieto Cathedral]], Italy}}

Eve, the first woman, the wife of Adam, and the mother of Cain and Abel; female first name
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n. Eve, female first name; the first woman, the wife of Adam, and the mother of Cain and Abel


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Eve (; Hebrew: חַוָּה, Modern: Ḥava, Tiberian: Ḥawwā; Arabic: حَوَّاء, romanized: Ḥawwāʾ; Greek: Εὕα, romanized: Heúa; Latin: Eva, Heva; Syriac: ܚܰܘܳܐ romanized: ḥawâ) is a figure in the Book of Genesis in the Hebrew Bible. According to the origin story of the Abrahamic religions, she was the first woman, yet some debate within Judaism has also given that position to Lilith. Eve is known also as Adam's wife.

According to the second chapter of Genesis, Eve was created by God (Yahweh) by taking her from the rib of Adam, to be Adam's companion. Adam is charged with guarding and keeping the garden before her creation; she is not present when God commands Adam not to eat the forbidden fruit – although it is clear that she was aware of the command. She decides to eat the forbidden fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil after she hears the serpent's argument that it would not kill her but bring her benefits. She shares the fruit with Adam, and before they could eat of the tree of life, they are expelled from the Garden of Eden. Christian churches differ on how they view both Adam and Eve's disobedience to God (often called the fall of man), and to the consequences that those actions had on the rest of humanity. Christian and Jewish teachings sometimes hold Adam (the first man) and Eve to a different level of responsibility for the "fall."

The Catholic Church by ancient tradition recognizes Eve as a saint, alongside Adam, and the traditional liturgical feast of Saints Adam and Eve has been celebrated on 24 December since the Middle Ages in many European nations, including Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, and the Scandinavian nations.

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