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===Etymology===
 
===Etymology===
From {{etyl|goh|de}} {{m|goh|gisunt}}, which is the earliest German source of the post-sneezing interjection; ultimately stemming from a term evolved from the {{etyl|gem-pro|de}} {{m|gem-pro|*sundaz}}, from root {{etyl|ine-pro|de}} {{m|ine-pro|*swen-to-}} (compare {{cog|en|sound||healthy, safe, unharmed}}; {{cog|ang|gesund||sound, safe, healthy}}; {{cog|osx|gisund}}, {{cog|ofs|sund}}, {{cog|nl|gezond}}, {{cog|sv|sund||healthy}}; also {{cog|ang|swīþ||strong}}, {{cog|got|𐍃𐍅𐌹𐌽𐌸||strong}}; {{cog|de|geschwind||fast, quick}}, with connections in {{etyl|iir|-}} and {{etyl|ine-bsl|-}}.
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From {{inh|de|goh|gisunt}}, which is the earliest German source of the post-sneezing interjection; ultimately stemming from a term evolved from the {{der|de|gem-pro|*sundaz}}, from root {{der|de|ine-pro|*swen-to-}} (compare {{cog|en|sound||healthy, safe, unharmed}}; {{cog|ang|gesund||sound, safe, healthy}}; {{cog|osx|gisund}}, {{cog|ofs|sund}}, {{cog|nl|gezond}}, {{cog|sv|sund||healthy}}; also {{cog|ang|swīþ||strong}}, {{cog|got|𐍃𐍅𐌹𐌽𐌸||strong}}; {{cog|de|geschwind||fast, quick}}, with connections in {{cog|iir}} and {{cog|ine-bsl}}.
   
 
===Pronunciation===
 
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===Etymology===
 
===Etymology===
From {{etyl|osx|nds}} {{m|osx|gisund}}, from {{etyl|gem-pro|nds}} {{m|gem-pro|*gasundaz}}. Cognate to {{etyl|de|-}} [[gesund]], {{etyl|nl|-}} [[gezond]], {{etyl|en|-}} [[sound]].
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From {{inh|nds|osx|gisund}}, from {{inh|nds|gem-pro|*gasundaz}}. Cognate to {{cog|de|gesund}}, {{cog|nl|gezond}}, {{cog|en|sound}}.
   
 
===Adjective===
 
===Adjective===

Revision as of 17:00, 16 December 2016

German

Etymology

From Old High German gisunt, which is the earliest German source of the post-sneezing interjection; ultimately stemming from a term evolved from the Proto-Germanic *sundaz, from root Proto-Indo-European *swen-to- (compare English sound (healthy, safe, unharmed); Old English gesund (sound, safe, healthy); Old Saxon gisund, Old Frisian sund, Dutch gezond, Swedish sund (healthy); also Old English swīþ (strong), Gothic 𐍃𐍅𐌹𐌽𐌸 (swinþ, strong); German geschwind (fast, quick), with connections in Indo-Iranian and Balto-Slavic.

Pronunciation

Adjective

gesund (comparative gesünder, superlative am gesündesten)

  1. healthy (enjoying health)
  2. healthy (conducive to health)

Antonyms

Derived terms

Declension

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Low German

Etymology

From Old Saxon gisund, from Proto-Germanic *gasundaz. Cognate to German gesund, Dutch gezond, English sound.

Adjective

gesund (comparative gesünner, superlative gesünnst)

  1. healthy, sound

Declension

Derived terms


Old English

Etymology

See sund. Compare to Old Saxon gisund and Old High German gisunt.

Pronunciation

Adjective

ġesund

  1. healthy

Declension

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