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1With possessive adjective or genitive: the spiritual health of a particular person; one's moral or spiritual well-being.
2Without article: spiritual health or well-being generally.
Late Middle English; earliest use found in John Gower (d. 1408), poet. From soul + health. Perhaps originally reflecting a genitive compound with unmarked first element.
soul health/ˈsəʊl hɛlθ/
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