salubrious

[suh-loo-bree-uh s]
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Origin of salubrious

1540–50; < Latin salūbr(is) promoting health (akin to salūs health) + -ious
Related formssa·lu·bri·ous·ly, adverbsa·lu·bri·ous·ess, sa·lu·bri·ty [suh-loo-bri-tee] /səˈlu brɪ ti/, nounnon·sa·lu·bri·ous, adjectivenon·sa·lu·bri·ous·ly, adverbnon·sa·lu·bri·ous·ness, nounun·sa·lu·bri·ous, adjectiveun·sa·lu·bri·ous·ly, adverbun·sa·lu·bri·ous·ness, noun
Can be confusedsalubrious salutary (see synonym study at salutary)
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salubrious

adjective
  1. conducive or favourable to health; wholesome
Derived Formssalubriously, adverbsalubriousness or salubrity (səˈluːbrɪtɪ), noun

Word Origin for salubrious

C16: from Latin salūbris, from salūs health
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Word Origin and History for salubrity
n.

early 15c., from Latin salubritas, from salubris "promoting health, healthful" (see salubrious).

salubrious

adj.

1540s, from Latin salubris "promoting health, healthful," from salus (genitive salutis) "welfare, health" (see salute (v.)). Related: Salubriously; salubriousness.

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salubrity in Medicine

salubrious

[sə-lōōbrē-əs]
adj.
  1. Conducive or favorable to health or well-being.
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