Salus

[ sey-luh s ]
/ ˈseɪ ləs /

noun

the ancient Roman goddess of health and prosperity: identified with the Greek goddess Hygeia.

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Origin of Salus

From the Latin word salūs health

Definition for salus (2 of 2)

salus populi suprema lex esto
[ sah-loo s paw-poo-lee soo-prey-mah leks es-toh; English sey-luh s pop-yuh-lahy-soo-pree-muh leks es-toh ]
/ ˈsɑ lʊs ˈpɔ pʊˌli suˈpreɪ mɑ lɛks ˈɛs toʊ; English ˈseɪ ləs ˈpɒp yəˌlaɪ sʊˈpri mə lɛks ˈɛs toʊ /

Latin.

let the welfare of the people be the supreme law: a motto of Missouri.
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