So the man gave names to all the livestock, the birds in the sky and all the wild animals
Is this used in the sense of:
Adam : oh... this one I name it a bird
Adam : oh.... this bird I name it parrot
Adam : oh... this parrot I name it Snowy.
I am sorry, maybe my question is not clear enough as I use the illustration only in the birds category. Actually what I mean is applied to other kind also.
So, the more detailed from my illustration above actually is more something like below :
A. Adam :
oh... this animal I name it a dog - this animal I name it a serpent - this one I name it an insect and that flying one a bird.
B. Adam :
oh.... this dog I name it poodle - and this serpent I name it cobra - this insect I name it cockroach - that bird I name it parrot.
(I abandon the C option).
I wonder if this question will be more fit if directed to the Young Earth Creation group ?
As suddenly I have a new question relative to this verse, so I put it my other question here. But if the moderators don't agree, I will delete this question and open a new topic with this new question.
Are the livestock and the wild animals already in Adam's mind when he named them ?
What I mean is like this....
Adam : I name this livestock pig and I name that livestock cow. I name this wild animal tiger and I name that wild animal serpent.