коловрат

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from Old Church Slavonic коловратъ (kolovratŭ), from Proto-Slavic *kolovortъ. Doublet of inherited коловоро́т (kolovorót).

Revived by neo-pagan leader Alexey Dobrovolsky in the 1990s in reference to the symbol he made up[1].

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коловра́т (kolovrátm inan (genitive коловра́та, nominative plural коловра́ты, genitive plural коловра́тов)

  1. (obsolete) bit brace
  2. (obsolete) whirl, swirl
  3. (paganism, neologism) swastika; specifically, a neo-pagan symbol with eight legs similar to swastika

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  1. ^ Šnirelʹman V. A. (2018), “История России для народа: Выставки в московском Манеже в 2013-2016 гг.”, in Историческая экспертиза[1], volume 16, Saint Peterburg: Нестор-История