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Etymology Edit

A borrowing from Russian роднове́рие (rodnovérije) with the suffix -ery, derived from Russian род (rod, tribe, origin) + Russian ве́ра (véra, faith).

Proper noun Edit


  1. Slavic neopaganism.

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Related terms Edit

  • khram (a Rodnover shrine or temple)
  • kolovrat (a swastika-like symbol used to worship the gods)
  • Rodnover (a follower of Rodnovery)
  • volkhv (a Rodnover priest, usually a high priest; a sorcerer in Slavic folklore)
  • zhrets (a Rodnover priest; a Slavic pagan priest)

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