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  2. Sholom Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    sholom interjection sho· lom less common spelling of shalom used as a Jewish greeting and farewell Dictionary Entries Near sholom Sholokhov sholom shomer See More Nearby Entries Cite this Entry Style “Sholom.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sholom. Accessed 24 Jan. 2023. Copy Citation

  3. Aleichem. ( ɑːˈleɪçɛm) n. (Biography) Sholom, real name Solomon Rabinowitz. 1859–1916, US Jewish writer, born in Russia. His works include Tevye the Milkman, which was adapted for the stage musical Fiddler on the Roof. Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014.

  4. Sholem Aquatic Center - Champaign Park District

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    Sholem is jam-packed with features that are guaranteed to make a splash: a zero depth pool with play-and-spray features, an 8-lane 25-yard lap pool, a kiddie pool with slide, a tube slide that’ll send you into the lazy river, and enclosed body slides (must be at least 42” tall to ride). Visit our concession stand with plenty of seating in the sun or shade.

  5. Gershom Scholem - Wikipedia

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    Gershom Scholem ( Hebrew: גֵרְשׁׂם שָׁלוֹם) (5 December 1897 – 21 February 1982), was a German-born Israeli philosopher and historian. Widely regarded as the founder of modern academic study of the Kabbalah, Scholem was appointed the first professor of Jewish Mysticism at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. [1]

  6. Shalom - Wikipedia

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    In the Bible, shalom means universal flourishing, wholeness and delight – a rich state of affairs in which natural needs are satisfied and natural gifts fruitfully employed, a state of affairs that inspires joyful wonder as its Creator and Savior opens doors and welcomes the creatures in whom he delights.

  7. Sholem Aleichem - Wikipedia

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    Sholem Aleichem's first venture into writing was an alphabetic glossary of the epithets used by his stepmother. At the age of fifteen, he composed a Jewish version of the novel Robinson Crusoe. He adopted the pseudonym Sholem Aleichem, a Yiddish variant of the Hebrew expression shalom aleichem, meaning "peace be with you" and typically used as a greeting.

  8. Sholem fosters a humanistic approach to Jewish learning and culture, embracing diversity, and promoting social justice. The Sholem Community is a secular and progressive Jewish educational, cultural, and social institution. Our Sunday school teaches Jewish history, culture, and ethics. We offer a secular bar/bat mitzvah program and observances of Jewish holidays.

  9. Sholem is a variant transcription of the name Shalom (English and Hebrew). See also the related category hebrew. Sholem is not widely used as a baby name for boys. It is not listed within the top 1000 names. Baby names that sound like Sholem include Salomón (Spanish), Saltun, Selwen, Shallon (English), Shalum, Shaylon, Shelomoh (Yiddish), Shilan, Shkelqim (Albanian), Skeltun, Slocom, Slocomb, Slocum, Slocumb, Solan, Solen, Solom (English), Sultun, Salamone (Italian), and Salomão (Portuguese).

  10. What does Sholem mean? - definitions.net

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    Definitions for Sholem Sholem Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Sholem. Did you actually mean slalom or sullen? How to pronounce Sholem? David US English Zira US English How to say Sholem in sign language? Numerology Chaldean Numerology The numerical value of Sholem in Chaldean Numerology is: 9 Pythagorean Numerology

  11. Sholem Asch - Wikipedia

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    Sholem Asch ( Yiddish: שלום אַש, Polish: Szalom Asz; 1 November 1880 – 10 July 1957), also written Shalom Ash, was a Polish-Jewish novelist, dramatist, and essayist in the Yiddish language who settled in the United States . Contents 1 Life and work 1.1 Upbringing 1.2 Young adulthood 1.3 Later adult career 2 Death and legacy