Definition of Salome in English:

Salome

Syllabification: Sa·lo·me
Pronunciation: /ˌsäləˈmā, səˈlōmē
 
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(In the New Testament) the daughter of Herodias, who danced before her stepfather Herod Antipas. Given a choice of reward for her dancing, she asked for the head of St. John the Baptist and thus caused him to be beheaded.

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