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hebrew
SHÂLÔM
georgian (სალომე)

This name derives from the Hebrew “shâlôm,” meaning “peace, completeness (in number), safety, soundness (in a body), welfare, health, prosperity, quiet, tranquility, contentment, friendship, of human relationships, with god especially in covenant relationship.” Salome was the daughter of Herodias, and nemesis of John the Baptist. Christians have traditionally regarded her as a dangerous temptress. Salome is also the name of a Christian saint, which was historically one of the women who witnessed the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

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