I know that "among others" is used when we mention one or more than one person. But still, I am a little confused.
For example: "Among others, Adam and Smith supported me at the meeting."
(I am quoting this sentence from this link in the same site https://ell.stackexchange.com/questions/37772/the-usage-of-among-others")
Does this mean that Adam and Smith are the only ones who supported me at the meeting? Or does this mean that Adam and Smith along with other people that I don't want to mention supported me at the meeting?
Hope is not a dumb question, Thank you!