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Not to be confused with Gollum from Lord of the Rings, a golem is a mythical creature. I've seen it in the Diablo games and it's even mentioned in Stranger than Fiction. Apparently the original word is used in the Bible as well, though it's translated to something more understandable (Psalm 139:16, usually unformed body or unformed substance). I was wondering what the actual definition of a golem is so I looked it up on Wikipedia.
In Jewish folklore, a golem (...) is an animated being created entirely from inanimate matter... The name appears to derive from the word gelem (גלם), which means "raw material".
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