Now here's a name that looks like salami. Can't believe no one's said it yet.
noisynora  1/7/2021
Also the Romanian form. You'll find bearers on social media.
Frollein Gladys  7/31/2020
Double Noble Prize laureate Marie Curie was born Maria Salomea Skłodowska in Poland in 1867.
JHK  11/7/2011
My mother had a Polish aunt with this name but it was spelled Salomeja - pronounced Salomea but I guess in Polish you need the "j" to get the right sound. Her aunt was called Sadie, which I always hated but I love Salomea. I'd love to give a daughter the name Salomea, but I wouldn't spell it with the j, that would be too confusing in America.
bethybeth  2/11/2008
Surely not a Polish name! We even don't mix letters 'ea' together in names or words!
Kicia  1/1/2006
Of course Salomea has Hebrew origins (and in this sense it's not a "Polish name"), but is used in Poland in this exact spelling. It's not the sole case of the -ea ending in Polish female names - another Biblical name, Leah, is spelled Lea (LEH-ah), and recently Andrea was approved by the Council of the Polish Language as well.

BTW, the patron saint for this name, Blessed Salomea, was a Polish princess from the 13th century.
Corleinne  11/3/2006

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