Solomon


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Sol·o·mon

 (sŏl′ə-mən) fl. tenth century bc.
King of Israel famous for his wisdom and his architectural projects, including the Temple in Jerusalem.

[Hebrew šəlōmōh, his peace : šālōm, peace; see šlm in Semitic roots + -ōh, his.]
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Solomon

(ˈsɒləmən)
n
(Biography) 10th century bc, king of Israel, son of David and Bathsheba, credited with great wisdom
Solomonic, Solomonian adj
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Sol•o•mon

(ˈsɒl ə mən)

n.
1. fl. 10th century B.C., king of Israel (son of David).
2. an extraordinarily wise man; a sage.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Solomon - (Old Testament) son of David and king of Israel noted for his wisdom (10th century BC)Solomon - (Old Testament) son of David and king of Israel noted for his wisdom (10th century BC)
Old Testament - the collection of books comprising the sacred scripture of the Hebrews and recording their history as the chosen people; the first half of the Christian Bible
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Translations
Šalamoun
Salomo
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SalomonSouleymane
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Solomon

[ˈsɒləmən]
A. NSalomón
B. CPD Solomon Islands NPLIslas fpl Salomón
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Solomon

nSalomo(n) m; the Solomon Islandsdie Salomonen pl, → die Salomon-Inseln pl
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Solomon

[ˈsɒləmən] nSalomone m
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References in classic literature ?
"Solomon's Mines?" ejaculated both my hearers at once.
Brother Solomon and Sister Jane were rich, and the family candor and total abstinence from false politeness with which they were always received seemed to them no argument that their brother in the solemn act of making his will would overlook the superior claims of wealth.
It was to the island that Peter now flew to put his strange case before old Solomon Caw, and he alighted on it with relief, much heartened to find himself at last at home, as the birds call the island.
"Oh, Solomon, dear Solomon!" cried Miss Pross, clapping her hands again.
They are upon Mount Moriah, where King Solomon's Temple stood.
The truest of all men was the Man of Sorrows, and the truest of all books is Solomon's, and Ecclesiastes is the fine hammered steel of woe.
However, there was a tradition amongst the wise men of the country that the Dragon might be overcome by one who possessed King Solomon's signet-ring, upon which a secret writing was engraved.
Solomon Rout, the chief engineer, smoking his morning cigar over the skylight, would turn away his head in order to hide a smile.
The most wonderful thing was a place called Solomon's House.
So saith Solomon, Where much is, there are many to consume it; and what hath the owner, but the sight of it with his eyes?
"Why, there's Solomon in the hall," said the Squire, "and playing my fav'rite tune, I believe--"The flaxen-headed ploughboy"-- he's for giving us a hint as we aren't enough in a hurry to hear him play.
By this flickering light, which made the old room, with its heavy timbers and panelled walls, look as if it were built of polished ebony--the wind roaring and howling without, now rattling the latch and creaking the hinges of the stout oaken door, and now driving at the casement as though it would beat it in--by this light, and under circumstances so auspicious, Solomon Daisy began his tale: