Examples from the Web for shalom
When I said, “Shalom, Officer” he seemed less than impressed.
My dream is to read 'Tuvia the Milkman' by Shalom Aleichem in its original language.
Gil is a research fellow at the Shalom Hartman Institute and a professor of history at McGill University.
Moreover, we at the Engaging Israel project of the Shalom Hartman Institute reject the whole Demography of Fear industry.
This is someone, after all, who used to appear on Oprah and who had a family-counseling show, Shalom in the Home, on TLC.Why Is Shmuley Boteach Running for Congress as a Republican?|Michelle Goldberg|March 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
If we did not wish to join in the dancing, but wanted to leave, they would just say 'Shalom'—'go in peace but come again.'Pictures of Jewish Home-Life Fifty Years Ago|Hannah Trager
For this they had to employ Shalom Cohen, a turn-coat, who had formerly belonged to the ranks of the reformers.History of the Jews, Vol. V (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz
"Shalom Aleichem," he began, his tongue faltering a little over the old Hebrew greeting he had not used for so long.The New Land|Elma Ehrlich Levinger
Word Origin and History for shalom
Jewish word of greeting, Hebrew, literally "peace," properly "completeness, soundness, welfare," from stem of shalam "was intact, was complete, was in good health." Related to Arabic salima "was safe," aslama "surrendered, submitted."
Culture definitions for shalom
A Hebrew word used to mean both “hello” and “good-bye”; literally, it means “peace.”