|Synonyms||Solomeya, Solomiya, Salomi, Shlomit, Salomeja, Salomea|
The name Salome is of Hebrew origin, translated as “peaceful”, “calm”. It can be written as Solomeya, Solomiya.
The spelling and pronunciation through “s” (Salomi, Salome) came from the Hellenized form of the Hebrew name Shlomit, which goes back to “shalom” (i.e. “peace”). For this reason it can be assumed that the name Salome is a paired female name to the male name Solomon, since it also has an identical interpretation.
Among Muslims, the analogue of the name Salome was the name Salma, which has various recording and pronunciation options depending on the region of use (Selma, Selmi, Selmina, Salima and others), which is also applicable to the analogue of the name Solomon - Suleiman.
The name Selma is also an independent European name, which has a different origin that is not related to the name Salome.
The owner of the name Salome is a rather friendly and charming person, she prefers to make up, so she always easily takes the first step towards reconciliation. Many can only envy her energy, courage of decisions and warlike attitude.
She can keep her mood under control despite her sensitivity and emotionality. This girl can demonstrate great moral and physical strength. Her vision of life will be broad and idealistic, and she herself will have high aspirations. Moreover, she is fragile, impressionable, dreamy and suggestible. She can fluctuate from one opinion to another; each hobby is quickly replaced by another one.
Salome is straightforward and frank in communication, she does not like pretense or injustice. Indeed, usually smiling and conciliatory the owner of this name is capable of intense anger when irritated. Salome is full of altruistic ideas and interested in helping others, but not indifferent to her own wealth. She likes to look after her appearance, wear expensive jewelry or branded clothing.
In childhood this mischievous little girl pleases everyone around her with her irrepressible energy, her sociability. It becomes noticeable that she is very receptive to her surroundings. She loves stories, fairy tales and legends, but she also needs action and contacts. Parents should not forget about collective activities.
The owner of the name Salome loves to communicate and to be in the company which she revives with warmth, generosity, her sense of humor and a cheerful mood. She adapts well, uses her intelligence and resourcefulness for this.
In personal relationships, she is often too idealistic and often sees a loved one under a veil of illusions, which one day can lead her to disappointment. Salome can be dependent on her husband, but this will not be her true nature, because this girl prefers to be the head, the one who controls the situation, so with the slightest weakness of her partner Salome will strive to regain her leadership role.
There are several professional options for the owner of the name Salome. The most obvious is working for the benefit of others, caring for children, working in medicine, be a teacher, psychologist, nanny, nurse, counselor or social worker. The areas where communication is required (commerce, secretarial services, interpretation and public relations) are suit to Salome. Areas related to business, finance or management, humanitarian activities are also open to her because this is the opportunity to implement the ambitious projects she conceives.
Famous people named Salome
- Salome Zourabichvili (born in 1952) – a Georgian and French statesman and politician, the current President of Georgia and Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Georgia since December 16, 2018. The first woman president in the history of the country.
- Salome Pazhava (born in 1997) – a Georgian individual rhythmic gymnast.
- Shlomit Levi (born in 1983) – an Israeli singer.
- Salome – a Jewish princess, mentioned in the New Testament. Her image was preserved on coins of 56-57 years.
- Salomeja Neris (1904 - 1945, the real name is Salomėja Bačinskaitė - Bučienė) – a Lithuanian poetess, awarded the Stalin Prize of the first degree posthumously.
- Salome Dadiani (1848 - 1913) – a Georgian princess, was the younger sister of the last prince of Megrelia Nicholas I.
- Salomee Halpir (1718 - 1763, the real name is Salomea Regina Rusiecka) – the first woman doctor (in the history of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth). She studied medicine on her own, initial experience received from her first husband. She worked in Istanbul at the court and harem of the Sultan. She focused on hygiene and healthy eating. After her, she left a legacy - the adventure novel “Adventures of My Life”, in which many sketches about events, way of life, morals of that time, as well as describing the achievements of medicine of that time.
- Salome Reischer (1899 - 1980) – an Austrian chess player, three times became the champion of Austria.
- Salomea Andronikova (1888 - 1982, the real name is Salome Andronikashvili) – a Georgian princess, owner of a literary salon, socialite, patron, model. Many poems of the Silver Age were dedicated to her. One of the most remarkable women of this time. Poetic nickname – “Straw”.
- Solomiya Krushelnytska (1872 - 1952) – an Ukrainian opera singer (soprano), also a teacher.
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