What does the word "vigorous" mean? Where did it come from?
The word "Vigorous" came from the word core. In modern colloquial speech, such a word is already used very rarely, but in the old days it was popular and understood by everyone. This means something that is of good, excellent quality, strong, large, depending on what the word is applied to. When applied to a person, to animals, it says that a person (or an animal) is healthy, impressive in size, strong and strong. The expression "Vigorous woman" also tells us that a woman is not thin, but, on the contrary, a curvy fat woman. If we talk about a drink, then we also mean a strong drink, very refreshing, invigorating, which can squeeze tears from the eyes, vigorous kvass, for example. Very strong mustard, horseradish, can also be attributed to vigorous products. A hard nut means a strong and large quality fruit. There is such a rock group "Gas Sector", and so it had an official album recorded in 1990, "Yadrena Louse", which could be judged by the name, that this is strong music, high-quality, distinctive from the usual.
The word "vigorous" comes from the ancient Aryan "Ya". In Latin, the letter "and" can be a consonant and a vowel, and the verb with the root "ya" in Russian is "yar". It can be a steep forest, or simply, from the word "bright". "D" is a plural fixation. In general, the "core" is that which expresses many essences. Including the kernel of the nut. Academic dictionaries replace the letter "and" with "e", but according to the rules of Latin it is one sound.