Examples from the Web for salome
Then in 2006, she was handpicked by Al Pacino to star opposite him in Salome.
He laid it solemnly upon the table to cool, and then it was shaken by Salome, but gave forth no answering tinkle.A Double Knot|George Manville Fenn
All went according to Judith's planning until Salome was eighteen, and then trouble after trouble came.Chronicles of Avonlea|Lucy Maud Montgomery
Instantly, with one of her movements of bird-like swiftness, Salome stood erect.Herodias|Gustave Flaubert
British Dictionary definitions for salome
Word Origin and History for salome
fem. proper name, from Late Latin, from Greek Salome, related to Salomon (see Solomon).