sha·lom (shä-lm, sh-)
interj.
1. Used as a traditional Jewish greeting or farewell.

2. Peace

3. A name, which usually belongs to a particular type of person. You will find that Shaloms are generally tall. They often do not show their emotions easily, but when you look deeper you will see they have great depth. Although they aren't always introverts, it is common for them to be more quiet and withdrawn. They are often found to have a very sweet caring side, and easily make people feel loved. They often end up acting as a sibling to those around them. They are known for being sweet and caring friends who are generally very patience with the people they love. Although they do get upset, they generally do a good job of controlling their temper. They tend to be very logical and excellent in debates. It is common for them to show a great love for music.

Shaloms generally make great friends, and if you find yourself blessed with one you should hold on to them.
Shalom to you my brother!

Shalom to death. (peace to death)
by JenB1996 December 13, 2012
The Hebrew word for peace, used as a greeting.
Shalom, brother.
by Shalom means peace August 13, 2003
Jim’s greeting to Jackie when he is finally invited for a Friday night dinner.
Shalom to all

*throwa plate at the wall*
by Shalom to all August 30, 2018
A genuinely dope name for Incredible people. Others also find it easy to relate with them.
You can't be like me, my name is Shalom
by goldShawn March 23, 2017
Hebrew word meaning hello goodbye and peace
hello john
shalom
wait are you leaving?
idk
by Epstein February 13, 2005
"Perfect peace that passes understanding"! Completeness & wholeness in one's spirit,soul and body; well-being;safety;security;knowing God in an intimate way!
The Lord's shalom is guarding my heart and mind in Messiah!
by shelli March 16, 2003
Hebrew meaning "Peace" "Hello" "Goodbye". Coming from the root word "Shalem" meaning "complete." Often used by Jews/Israelis upon greeting and parting, and found throughout liturgy. Also a common Israeli/Jewish name.
"Shalom my brother!" (upon greeting or parting)
"Shabbat Shalom!" (Good Sabbath!)
"Shalom al yisrael v'kol ha'olam" (Peace be on Israel and the entire world.)
"That guy Shalom is really badass." (name)
"Shabbat Shalom Mother Fuckers!" - The Hebrew Hammer
by PeaceOfMind June 9, 2009