Meaning of Salomé name

Meaning of Salomé name

Salome, feminine name of Hebrew origin "Shalem", its meaning "That which is complete or close to perfection"or"That one is at peace".

History and the Saint

Saint Mary Salome
. Lived in the 1st century, wife of Zebedee, sailor of Bethsaida in Israel and mother of the apostles Santiago the Major and Juan Evangelist. Salome followed Jesus from Galilee, stood at the foot of the cross on Golgotha ​​and during Easter morning participated in the ceremony to embalm the body of Christ.

His Saint is celebrated on October 22.

Other Santas Salomé: Santa Salomé, nun is celebrated on July 29; Saint Salome, virgin on November 18 and Saint Salome of Krakow, virgin on November 18.

Variant of Salome

Salome in other languages:

  • Catalan: Salome.
  • French: Salome.
  • English: Salome.
  • Italian: Salome.
  • In its Arabic form: "Suleiman".

Famous, famous historical figures by the name of Salome

  • Salome, play on obsessive passion; written in French, directed by OscarWilde and premiered in Paris in 1894. Inspired by it, Strauss composed his opera.
  • Salome, 1905 opera by German composer Richard Strauss that belongs to the third period, considered the most important of the 20th century.

Video: In the Name of Salomé by Julia Alvarez (January 2022).