Salama

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Salama and variant transliteration Salamah is an Modern Standard Arabic term (Arabic: سلامة‎).

A colloquial Arabic transliteration of the same term is Salameh for which see separate listing.

Salama is also a Latin term.

Salama and Salamah may refer to:

People[edit]

Salama - Arab based (derived from the Arabic سلامة)

Salamah - Arab based (derived from the Arabic سلامة)

  • Salamah ibn al-Akwa (died c. 757 or 781), one of the companions of Muhammad
  • Salamah ibn Dinar al-Madani (died c. 757 or 781), also known as Abu Hazim Al-A'raj, a Persian Muslim ascetic, jurist and narrator of hadith
  • Hammad ibn Salamah ibn Dinar al-Basri (died c. 783), son of Salamah ibn Dinar. He was Basra's mufti, a prominent narrator of hadith and one of the earliest grammarians of the Arabic language, who had a great influence on his student, Sibawayh
  • Abeer Salamah, Saudi Arabian business woman
  • Khalaf Salamah Al Mutairi, Kuwaiti footballer
  • Mohamed Salamah (1888–1982), student at Al-Azhar University and a famous Qur'anic reciter

Ethiopian

Other

Places[edit]

Salama - Arab based (derived from the Arabic سلامة)

  • Sallama, a village in northern Israel
  • Salama, Jaffa, a Palestinian Arab village, located five kilometers east of Jaffa, that was depopulated in the lead up the 1948 Arab-Israeli War
  • Dayr Abu Salama, in Ramle sub district, a Palestinian village depopulated during the 1948 Arab–Israeli War

Salamah - Arab based (derived from the Arabic سلامة)

  • Salamah, Saudi Arabia, a village in Jizan Province, in southwestern Saudi Arabia
  • Salamah, Syria, in colloquial pronunciation al-Salameh (Arabic: السلامة, translit. al-Salāmeh), also known as Sucu, a village in northern Aleppo Governorate, northwestern Syria
  • Dor Salamah (Sabah), a village of Sibah District in the Abyan Governorate, Yemen

Latin-based

Others

Organizations[edit]

  • Salama (company), common name for Islamic Arab Insurance Company, a takaful company based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Other[edit]

  • Banu Salama, Tudjibid (or perhaps Banu Qasi) family that governed the regions of Huesca and Barbitanya (Barbastro) in the Upper March of Al-Andalus c. 780-800.
  • Salama (roller coaster), a roller coaster at Linnanmäki park, built by Maurer Söhne
  • Salama, in Amagi Brilliant Park
  • Salamah College, Australian Islamic private school located in Chester Hill, New South Wales, Australia
  • Al Salamah, a motor yacht the property of the late Saudi Arabian crown prince, Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz
  • Fulk al Salamah (ship), Omani transport ship

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