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Sol·o·mon

 (sŏl′ə-mən) fl. tenth century bc.
King of Israel famous for his wisdom and his architectural projects, including the Temple in Jerusalem.

[Hebrew šəlōmōh, his peace : šālōm, peace; see šlm in Semitic roots + -ōh, his.]

Solomon

(ˈsɒləmən)
n
(Biography) 10th century bc, king of Israel, son of David and Bathsheba, credited with great wisdom
Solomonic, Solomonian adj

Sol•o•mon

(ˈsɒl ə mən)

n.
1. fl. 10th century B.C., king of Israel (son of David).
2. an extraordinarily wise man; a sage.
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Noun1.Solomon - (Old Testament) son of David and king of Israel noted for his wisdom (10th century BC)Solomon - (Old Testament) son of David and king of Israel noted for his wisdom (10th century BC)
Old Testament - the collection of books comprising the sacred scripture of the Hebrews and recording their history as the chosen people; the first half of the Christian Bible
Translations
Šalamoun
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SalomonSouleymane
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Solomon

[ˈsɒləmən]
A. NSalomón
B. CPD Solomon Islands NPLIslas fpl Salomón

Solomon

nSalomo(n) m; the Solomon Islandsdie Salomonen pl, → die Salomon-Inseln pl

Solomon

[ˈsɒləmən] nSalomone m
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It was named after Rabbi Hayyim (Abu Fadil) bin Hananel bin Abraham El-Imshati, who dedicated an ancient inscription of Torah scroll, which Jewish pilgrims had flocked on the new moon of Iyyar month, said historians Shelomo Dov Goitein and Mordechai Friedman in their book India Traders of the Middle Ages: Documents from Cairo Geniza that published in 2008.
La estructura del Shabath mas desarrollada, tanto en la comunidad judia Or Va Derej como en la comunidad Mesilat Yesharim, se encuentra determinada por el libro del Sidur (Orden) Bircat Shelomo (Antebi, 2001).
Differently, the profile portrait face of Daniel Elijah Benjamin (Gadkar)--who died shortly after he was interviewed--floats, skullcap (kippah) on his head, in a circle of gold-leaf that, in turn, like a Byzantine halo floats within Pune's Succoth Shelomo Synagogue interior, just above the pulpit (tevah).
6 Shelomo Dov Goitein, Notes: Domestic Architecture- A Mediterranean society, (California: University of California Press, 1967), 363
13) in an ornate frame with cherubim at the top and figurines at the sides (and within the frame the names of both Mattathias and Abraham Bath Sheba) and Heshek Shelomo (1599-1600) by R.
He had come to Penn to work with the doyen of Geniza studies, Shelomo Dov Goitein, and already had his research topic mapped out.
268) Epstein, The Jewish Marriage Contract, supra note 103, at 272, quoted in 8 Marriage and its Obstacles, supra note 115, at 63; see also Jacob Mann, 2 Texts and Studies 177 (1931-38); Shelomo Dov Goitein, 3 A Mediterranean Society 147 (1991) [hereinafter Goitein, Mediterranean],
Studies in Hebrew and Jewish Languages Presented to Shelomo Morag.
In the last quarter of the 13th century, a Hebrew encyclopaedia, Sha'ar ha-Shamayim, by the Provencal Rabbi Gershon ben Shelomo, (12) mentions "the tsvi and the ayyal" as a fixed relationship: it is of biblical derivation, yet in that encyclopaedia, it appears to be just one signifier, denoting any deer, and even if it were taken to stand for two distinct signifiers, at any rate they both denote members of Cervidae.
On this day, a Special Report will be released to the public by Sephardic historian, author and independent scholar, Shelomo Alfassa, who has documented how during World War 2, the Bulgarian government was complicit in the dispossession, torture and murder of thousands of Jews--and how the Bulgarian government continues to whitewash this fact.
Shelomo Alfassa, Director of Justice for Jews from Arab Countries, reports = that Islamic political parties have pressured the government to remove the = Jewish inscriptions.
RABBI SOLOMON LURIA (1510-1574), YAM SHEL SHELOMO, commentary to Bava Kamma 3:26; RABBI MENACHEM MEIRI (1249-1315), BETH HABEHIRA, commentary to Bava Kamma 26b-27a; RABBI JONATHAN HA-KOHEN OF LUNEL (1135-1210), PERUSH R.