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EtymologyEdit

From Old East Slavic съдоровие (sŭdorovie), здоровье (zdorovĭe) (1151), from Proto-Slavic *sъdorvьje, from *sъdòrvъ + *-ьje; synchronically analysable as здаро́вы (zdaróvy) +‎ (-je). Cognate with Russian здоро́вье (zdoróvʹje), Ukrainian здоров'я (zdorovʺja), Polish zdrowie, Lower Sorbian strowje, Slovene zdravje, Serbo-Croatian здравље, Bulgarian здраве (zdrave), Macedonian здравје (zdravje), Old Church Slavonic съдравие (sŭdravie). In forms starting with z- assimilation by voicing after loss of ъ; in forms with s- the assimilation by voiceless (however it might have a different root).

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NounEdit

здаро́ўе (zdaróŭjen inanimate

  1. health

DeclensionEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • здароўе” in slounik.org
  • А. Я. Супрун (1986), В. У. Мартынаў, editor, Этымалагічны слоўнік беларускай мовы (in Belarusian), volume 3. Г-І, Мінск: Навука і тэхніка, page 324