- alma-tadema, sir lawrence,
- almanach de gotha,
Origin of almah
Examples from the Web for almah
I could not get rid of the thought that I was reserved for some horrible fate, in which Almah might also be involved.
He said something, whereupon Almah arose and beckoned to me to follow.
After his departure I was alone for some time, and at length Almah made her appearance.
The safety of Almah's life, indeed, required consideration; but then the thought came of her wonder at my desertion.
The situation in which I found myself seemed inexpressibly sweet, and all the more so from the gentle face of Almah.
Egyptian dancing-girl, belly-dancer, 1814, perhaps from Arabic almah (fem. adjective), "learned, knowing," from alama "to know." Or perhaps from a Semitic root meaning "girl" (cf. Hebrew alma "a young girl, a damsel").