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From the Original Series
- Commander Adama, military leader, patriarch, President of the Quorum of Twelve, and commander of the battlestar Galactica's.
- Adama's Medallion, a medallion given to members of the Quorum of Twelve, which permits access to the Tomb of the Ninth Lord of Kobol.
- Adama's quarters, the place where Adama holds his meetings with members of his crew, in addition to where he rests.
From Galactica 1980
- Commander Adama, military leader, patriarch, President of the Quorum of Twelve, and commander of the battlestar Galactica 30 years after the exodus from the Colonies.
From the 2003 Video Game
- Lt. William "Husker" Adama, orphaned Viper pilot on Galactica in a separate continuity from either Original or Re-imagined Series.
From the Re-Imagined Series and Caprica
The Adama family
- Admiral William Adama, commanding officer of the battlestar Galactica.
- Lee Adama, Galactica's former CAG, in addition to being the last commander of Pegasus. Brother of Zak and son of William and Carolanne Adama.
- Zak Adama, brother of Lee and son of William and Carolanne Adama.
- Carolanne Adama, wife of William, mother of Zak and Lee.
- Joseph Adama, father of William.
- Evelyn Adama, mother of William.
- Shannon Adama, first wife of Joseph.
- Sam Adama, brother of Joseph.
- Tamara Adama, daughter of Joseph and Shannon.
- William "Willie" Adama, son of Joseph and Shannon.
- William Adama Sr., father of Joseph.
- Isabelle Adama, mother of Joseph.
- Adamarama, the nickname used by Esai Morales, as well as other cast and crew members, for the Caprica first season episode, "The Dirteaters."
- Adamastache, a nickname for the mustache Adama has in the beginning of Season 3.
- Adama Glare, a well-known look of anger experienced by various Galactica crew members.
From the Dynamite Comics
- Troy Adama, the Warrior known as "Boxey" from the Galactica 1980 comic mini-series.
- Troykus Adama, Galactica's commander depicted in the Galactica 1980 comic book mini-series.
- Zak Adama, a Returner.