Definition of Solomon in English:

Solomon

Syllabification: Sol·o·mon
Pronunciation: /ˈsäləmən
 
/
1Son of David; king of Israel circa 970-circa 930 bc. In the Bible he is traditionally associated with the Song of Songs, Ecclesiastes, and Proverbs, while his wisdom is illustrated by the Judgment of Solomon.
1.1 (as noun, usually a Solomon) A very wise person.
More example sentences
  • God is saying, every man, every woman is a Solomon.

Derivatives

Solomonic

Pronunciation: /ˌsäləˈmänik/
adjective
More example sentences
  • After some further input from the market (in the form of potential investors, advertisers, partners and a few bloggers), it was evident that a Solomonic solution was the best one in this case.
  • In Canada our head of state, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, is also the head of the Anglican church, so barring some Solomonic solution the two shall remain symbolically wed.
  • Or should we genetically engineer and raise a master race of milquetoast centrists to compose Solomonic opinions of books?

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