Sadducees to Samson
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Sadducees
The righteous
Strong's #G4523

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References
Matthew 3:7, 16:1 - 12, 22:23, 34, Mark 12:18, Luke 20:27, Acts 4:1, 5:17, 23:6 - 8

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Salamis
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Salem
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Salim
Peace
Strong's #G4530

Salim was one of the areas, near Aenon, where John the Baptist performed baptisms.

References
John 3:23

Sallu (Sallai)
Weighed
Strong's #H5543

Sallai might be a variant spelling of the name Sallu. Sallai (Sallu) was the name of a man who lived in Jerusalem during the postexilic period. It is also the name of a priest who served during the days of Joiakim the high priest.

References
1Chronicles 9:7, Nehemiah 11:7 - 8, 12:7, 20

Salma
Garment, clothing
Strong's #H8007

Salma (sometimes spelled Salmon) was the father of Boaz who married Ruth, making him the great great grandfather of King David. Another Salma was the father of Bethlehem.

References
1Chronicles 2:11, 51, 54

Salmon
Clothing, garmet
Strong's #H8009, #G4533

In the King James, the word Salmon in Psalm 68:14 comes from Strong's #6756 meaning "shady." Salmon was the name of a wooded area somewhere in Samaria.

Salmon is also the name of the father of Boaz, making him the great great grandfather of King David. His name appears in both Matthew's and Luke's lineages of Jesus Christ.

References
Ruth 4:20 - 21, Psalm 68:14, Matthew 1:4 - 5, Luke 3:32

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Salmone
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Salome
Peaceful
Strong's #G4539

There are at least two different women named Salome referenced in the New Testament. The first Salome was likely the mother of the apostles John and James the Greater (the sons of Zebedee).

The second Salome is not named directly in Scripture. She is, however, named and referenced several times by the first century historian Josephus (Antiquities of the Jews, Book 18, Chapter 5, Section 4). This Salome was Herodias' daughter through Herod Philip I. Herodias, an unknown number of years after Salome was born, divorced Herod Philip and married Herod Antipas despite it being condemned by John the Baptist (Mark 6:17 - 18).

References
Mark 15:40, Mark 16:1

Samaria
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Samlah
Garment
Strong's #H8072

Samlah was an Edomite king from the town of Masrekah.

References
Genesis 36:36 - 37, 1Chronicles 1:47 - 48

Samos
A sandy bluff
Strong's #G4544

Samos is a small island located in the southeastern part of the Aegean Sea just a short distance from the Asia Minor mainland. The Apostle Paul's ship briefly anchored near the island during his third missionary journey.

References
Acts 20:15

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Samothracia (Samothrace)
A sign of rags
Strong's #G4543

The island of Samothrace (Samothracia in the King James New Testament) is located in the northern part of the Aegean Sea. The Apostle Paul sailed near it on his way to preaching the gospel, for the first time in his ministry, in Europe.

References
Acts 16:11

Samson
Sunlight, like the sun
Strong's #H8123, #G4546

Samson, a Danite who was the strongest human in human history, spent his entire life battling the Philistines. A Nazarite from birth, He possessed miraculous strength symbolized by his hair, a secret he foolishly revealed to a harlot named Delilah.

Please see our article on the life of Samson.

References
Judges 13:24, 14 - 16, Hebrews 11:32

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