Origin of golem
Words nearby golem
How to use golem in a sentence
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Over the next decade, the Golem appeared in at least one poem, an opera, and a German film.
Other Jewish candidates for inspiring Superman include the mythological Golem.
Due to rising global anti-Semitism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Golem had resurfaced in popular Jewish culture.
Slowly, gratingly, the golem turned and lumbered out of the cave, clumsy and ponderous.
The golem standing before him was small, and its eyes glowed red.
A flapping window-shade cast restless shadows on the still golem features on which dust was already settling.
A lone golem in a tasseled fez, left over from the morning's parade, leaned stiffly against a lamp post, eyes blank.
His chest was heaving from his tantrum, but the presence of the golem calmed him.