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Salomon Sălŏmon (Sŏlŏmon), ōnis, m., = Σαλωμών, Σαλομών, Σολομών [], Solomon, son of David, Prud. Hamart. 581; Juvenc. 2, 717; Alcim. 6, 387; Lact. 4, 16. —Hence, Sălŏmōnĭus (Sŏlŏm-), a, um, adj., of or belonging to Solomon, Solomon's: templum, Lact. 4, 13 fin.; also called saxa, Prud. Apoth. 512.

Să-lŏmōnĭăcus, a, um, adj. (poet.), of Solomon, Solomon's: templum, Sid. poët. Ep. 4, 18; Ven. Carm. 1, 11, 1.