Lat. prosperus, de pro, en avant, et spero ou spiro, souffler
Translate the Français term prospère to other languages
This term actually comes from the Old Latin pro spere; that is, according to hope or expectation. Although many words shift subtly in meaning over time, used and reappropriated in language after language until finding their way in English, our common term prosperity means nearly exactly the same as it meant in Old Latin.be-piš-dam (pbp.) !
freh-i (plv. frêh)