богатъ

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Old Church Slavonic[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Proto-Slavic *bogatъ.

Adjective[edit]

богатъ (bogatŭ)

  1. rich
    • from the Homily against the Bogumils, 2229-2230:
      аще богатъ ѥси то милостꙑнꙗми и молитвами можеши съпасти сѧ
      ašte bogatŭ jesi to milostynjami i molitvami možeši sŭpasti sę
      If you are rich you can save yourself with alms and prayers.
  2. wealthy
    • from Vita Methodii, 1100600-1100610:
      етеръ дроугъ богатъ зѣло и съвѣтьникъ ожени сѧ коупетрою своѥю, рекъше ꙗтръвью.
      eterŭ drugŭ bogatŭ zělo i sŭvětĭnikŭ oženi sę kupetroju svojeju, rekŭše jatrŭvĭju.
      A certain very wealthy friend and councilor of the Prince married his fellow godparent, that is, his brother’s wife.

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