See also: salem

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From Biblical Hebrew שָׁלֵם(šālēm) (Genesis 14:18).

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Salem

  1. The biblical place ruled by Melchizedek; mostly identified with Jerusalem.
  2. Any of several cities in the USA:
    1. The capital city of Oregon, United States and the county seat of Marion County.
    2. A city, the county seat of Marion County, Illinois.
    3. A city in Massachusetts, United States and one of the two county seats of Essex County; the site of infamous witch-hunts, trials and executions in 1692.
    4. A city, the county seat of Washington County, Indiana.
    5. A city, the county seat of Dent County, Missouri.
    6. A city, the county seat of Salem County, New Jersey.
    7. A city, the county seat of McCook County, South Dakota.
    8. An independent city, the county seat of Roanoke County, Virginia.
  3. A municipality of Stockholm, Sweden.

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Salem n (genitive Salems)

  1. Salem (a town in Baden-Württemberg, Germany)
  2. Salem (a town in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany)

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Salem m (plural Salemen)

  1. salmon

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