HebrewEdit

Etymology 1Edit

(See definition)

PrepositionEdit

שֶׁלּוֹ (sheló)

  1. Form of שֶׁל(shel) including third-person masculine singular personal pronoun as object.
    איפה הבן שלו?‎‎ ― éifo habén sheló?Where is his son?
  2. (archaic) Form of שֶׁלְּ־(shel'-) including third-person masculine singular personal pronoun as object. (This sense was synonymous with the previous, but was only found in attributive use.)

Usage notesEdit

  • This form also frequently results from שֶׁ־(she-) + לוֹ(lo).

Etymology 2Edit

AdjectiveEdit

שָׁלֵו (shálev) (feminine שלווה \ שְׁלְוָה‎, masculine plural שלווים \ שְׁלֵוִים‎, feminine plural שלוות \ שְׁלְווֹת‎)

  1. peaceful, calm, serene

SynonymsEdit

Proper nounEdit

שָׁלֵו (shálev)

  1. A male given name: Shalev.

Etymology 3Edit

Compare Arabic سَلْوَى(salwā), Judaeo-Aramaic סְלָו(səlāw), Classical Syriac ܣܠܘܝ(salway) and Soqotri شِلهِ (šílhi).

NounEdit

שליו \ שְׂלָו (s'lavm (plural indefinite שליוים \ שַׂלְוִים‎, singular construct שליו \ שְׂלַו־‎, plural construct שליוי \ שַׂלְוֵי־‎)

  1. quail