Salubrious: Good for the health. Healthy. Promoting health or well-being. Wholesome. For example, smog is far from salubrious.
From the Latin salubris, from salus (health), ultimately from Indo-European root sol- (whole), the source also of the word salutary to which salubrious is closely related in meaning.
Definition of SALUBRIOUS: favorable to or promoting health or well-being < salubrious habits> Ă˘â‚¬â€ť saĂ‚Â·luĂ‚Â·briĂ‚Â·ousĂ‚Â·ly adverb Ă˘â‚¬â€ť saĂ‚Â·luĂ‚Â·briĂ‚Â·ousĂ‚Â·ness noun
adjective favorable to or promoting health; healthful: salubrious air. Origin: 1540Ă˘â‚¬â€ś50; < Latin salĂ…Â«br ( is ) promoting health (akin to salĂ…Â«s health) + -ious ...
adj. Conducive or favorable to health or well-being. [From Latin salĂ…Â«bris , from salĂ…Â«s , health.] salubriously saĂ‚Â·lu ' briĂ‚Â·ousĂ‚Â·ly adv. salubriousness saĂ‚Â·lu ...
saĂ‚Â·luĂ‚Â·briĂ‚Â·ous (s-l br-s) adj. Conducive or favorable to health or well-being. [From Latin sal bris, from sal s, health; see sol-in Indo-European roots.]
Promoting health or well-being; wholesome. Especially related to air.