Definition of Shaloms

1. shalom [n] - See also: shalom



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shaloms

shallower
shallowest
shallowing
shallowish
shallowly
shallowness
shallownesses
shallowpate
shallowpates
shallows
shallu
shalm
shalms
shalom
shalom aleichem
shaloms (current term)
shalot
shalots
shalt
shalwar
shalwar-kameez
shalwar kameez
shalwars
shaly
sham
sham-movement vertigo
sham Abram
sham feeding
sham marriage
sham marriages

Literary usage of Shaloms

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1. New Judea: Jewish Life in Modern Palestine and Egypt by Benjamin Lee Gordon (1919)
"We were met by many children and we were greeted with as many "shaloms" on the way to Hotel Belkind, for it was noontime and the pupils were hurrying home ..."

2. New Judea: Jewish Life in Modern Palestine and Egypt by Benjamin Lee Gordon (1919)
"We were met by many children and we were greeted with as many "shaloms" on the way to Hotel Belkind, for it was noontime and the pupils were hurrying home ..."

3. New Judea: Jewish Life in Modern Palestine and Egypt by Benjamin Lee Gordon (1919)
"... we were greeted with as many "shaloms" on the way to Hotel Belkind, for it was noontime and the pupils were hurrying home for their midday meal. ..."

4. The Itinerary of Rabbi Benjamin of Tudela by Benjamin, Adolf Asher, Leopold Zunz, F├╝rchtegott Lebrecht (1840)
"If you leave the city by the gate of Jeho- shaphat, you may see the pillar erected on Ab- Vw 37. i. shaloms place* and the sepulchre of king ..."

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