No, in OSPF the passive interface will not form adjacency because is not participating in routing, therefore OSPF will not count that interface in its routing computation.
Also, remember, adjacent/neighbors have a direct connected interface.
Before OSPF adjacency is formed, it must go through several Startup/states changes before it becomes fully adjacent with its neighbor in a FULL State manner to ultimately participate in OSPF routing calculations.
You can lookup OSPF startup states to learn about how OSPF stablish adjacency.
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