alav ha-shalom masc. int. (ah-LAHV hah-shah-LOME); alehah ha-shalom fem. int. Hebrew (ah-LEH-hah hah-shah-LOME) This expression is similar to “rest in peace.” This phrase is customarily said immediately after mentioning the name of someone who has died.
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