"free from special defect or injury," , from Old English gesund "sound, safe, having the organs and faculties complete and in perfect action," from Proto-Germanic *sunda- , from Germanic root *swen-to- "healthy, strong" (cf. Old Saxon gisund , Old Frisian sund , Dutch gezond , Old High German gisunt , German gesund "healthy," as in the post-sneezing interjection gesundheit ; also Old English swið "strong," Gothic swinþs "strong," German geschwind "fast, quick"), with connections in Indo-Iranian and Balto-Slavic. Meaning "right, correct, free from error" is from mid-15c. Meaning "financially solid or safe" is attested from ; of sleep, "undisturbed," from 1540s. Sense of "holding accepted opinions" is from 1520s.
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