Shalom

Shalom (שָׁלוֹם) (Sephardic Hebrew/Israeli Hebrew: shalom; Ashkenazi Hebrew/Yiddish: sholom, sholem, shoilem, shulem) is a Hebrew word meaning peace, completeness, and welfare and can be used idiomatically to mean both hello and goodbye. As it does in English, it can refer to either peace between two entities (especially between man and God or between two countries), or to the well-being, welfare or safety of an individual or a group of individuals. The word is also found in many other expressions and names. Its equivalent cognate in Arabic is salaam, sliem in Maltese, Shlama in Syriac-Assyrian and sälam in Ethiopian Semitic languages from the Proto-Semitic root S-L-M.

Read more about Shalom:  Etymology, In Expressions, As A Jewish Religious Principle

Other articles related to "shalom":

SS Shalom - Service History - 1964-1967: Zim Lines
... The brand-new Shalom begun her career with a series of short cruises out of Haifa, before embarking on her fully booked first crossing to New York on 17 April 1964 ... To make her better suited for cruise service, the Shalom was rebuilt in Holland in October 1964, increasing the number of first-class cabins ... bound for the Caribbean in thick fog, the Shalom collided with the vegetable oil-carrying Norwegian tanker Stolt Dagali just outside Point Pleasant, New Jersey ...
Sim Shalom
... Sim Shalom (Hebrew שִׁים שָׂלוֹם‎ "Grant Peace") is a blessing that is recited at the end of the morning Amidah in the Ashkenazic tradition ... There is a different version of this prayer, Shalom Rav (שָׁלוֹם רָב), for the evening Amidah ... In the Sefardic, Chasidic-Sefardic, and Nusach Ari rites, Sim Shalom is said at all prayer services ...
Shalom - Use As A Name - As A Name For Organizations
... Shalom can be part of an organization's name ... Israel and its Arab neighbors Brit Tzedek v'Shalom Brit Shalom Gush Shalom Hevel Shalom Neve Shalom Shalom Achshav Shalom Sesame Beth Israel JMI - Shalom,Shalo ...
Transliterated Text of Sim Shalom
... Sim shalom tovah u-ve-raħa Torat ħayim ve-ahavat ħesed, u-tzedaka u-ve-raħa ve-raħamim ve-ħayim ve-shalom Baruch atta Adonai, ha-mevarekh et amo ...
Transliterated Text of Shalom Rav
... Shalom rav al yisrael amkha tasim le-olam Ki atta hu melekh adon le-khol ha-shalom Ha-mevarekh et amo yisrael ba-shalom ...