We revisit the concept of entanglement within the Bohmian approach to quantum mechanics.
Inspired by Bohmian dynamics, we introduce two partial measures for the amount of entanglement
corresponding to a pure state of a pair of quantum particles. One of these measures is associated
with the statistical correlations exhibited by the joint probability density of the two Bohmian particles
in configuration space. The other partial measure corresponds to the correlations associated with
the phase of the joint wave function, and describes the non-separability of the Bohmian velocity
field. The sum of these two components is equal to the total entanglement of the joint quantum state,
as measured by the linear entropy of the single-particle reduced density matrix.