Salome

Salome

Salome has origins in Hebrew and Aramaic. Meaning "peace" or "tranquil," the name is closely related to shalom. Salome has been in use since the Protestant Reformation and is also the name of a saint.

Similar Names: Salima, Salmah
Famous Salome Names: Salome Jens (actress)

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  1. In Hebrew: Shulamit, with Shuli or Shula as a nickname

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