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EtymologyEdit

From Russian волхв (volxv), and from Old East Slavic вълхвъ (vŭlxvŭ).

NounEdit

volkhv (plural volkhvs)

  1. (historical, paganism) a pre-Christian priest from Slavic cultures
  2. (religion, paganism) a priest from Slavic neopaganism

Usage notesEdit

  • In some modern Rodnover or Slavic pagan groups, a "volkhv" is usually a high priest for a temple or shrine.

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