On Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 8:46 PM, MacLeod Dave <[log in to unmask]
Yeah, that's not bad. It's also the way you say salam in Uzbek, as an
> What about "salom"? It would be a combination of Arabic "salam" and
> Hebrew "shalom" (both of which mean "peace"). This would symbolize the
> hope of a pacific interaction between Arabs and Jews, in which each
> side accommodates a little to the other side and they meet halfway. :)
> Antonielly Garcia Rodrigues
a will often turn into an o in that language. Uzbekistan -
Oʻzbekiston, Asia - Osiyo, etc.
You've just gone some way toward selling me on the idea. Not only do we have a mixture of two important, warring cultures, but we also have a greeting used in a small country (population wise) that has borrowed the term. Salom is not a bad idea.