родноверие

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EtymologyEdit

From род (rod, people) +‎ -о- (-o-) +‎ ве́ра (véra, faith) +‎ -ие (-ije). Compare Ukrainian ріднові́р'я (ridnovírʺja).

The earliest usage of this term was in 1964 by the Ukrainian emigree Lev Sylenko. The standard, non-compound form of this word was adopted in 1997 by the Union of Slavic Native Belief Communities, while the portmanteau itself was popularised in 1999 by the volkhv Veleslav.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [rədnɐˈvʲerʲɪje]

NounEdit

роднове́рие (rodnovérijen inan (genitive роднове́рия, uncountable)

  1. (religion, paganism) Slavic neopaganism.

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DescendantsEdit

  • English: Rodnovery
  • French: rodnovérie
  • German: Rodnowerei