Bad - is that?
"Foul" is a word that came in modern speech from the Old Slavonic language, but into the language of our ancestors - from ancient Greek. Regarding the origin of the adverb and related nouns and verbs, there is no exact information.
The meaning of "bad"
It is not difficult to find synonyms for this dialect. What means badly? It's bad, disgusting, terrible, unpleasant and soFurther. As already mentioned, about the significance of this word 10-15 centuries ago, there is no exact information. However, there is a suggestion that "stingy" and "bad" occur from a single basis. These words, however, are not synonymous. Stingy - greedy, stingy, tight-fisted.
Foul Is a word related to book vocabulary. It is often found in art works of the 18th and 19th centuries. Words that are cognate to it can also be seen in church literature.
In Christianity this is one of the sins.In Orthodoxy, there is an opinion that people swear not because they are uncultured and uneducated. And the point here is not even light-headedness. The reason, according to believing people, is much deeper. According to the Russian proverb, rotten words come from a rotten heart. Therefore, foul language is one of the signs of spiritual decay. A person, pure in heart, can not spout coarse, obscene words.
To this verb you can choose the following synonyms - abuse, destroy, carry out an act of vandalism. And again we return to the religious theme. Verb desecrate It is often encountered when it comes toabout the events of the twenties of the last century. After the revolution, churches and monasteries in Russia were closed. Sometimes ancient buildings were destroyed, but often rebuilt, for example, the church was turned into a House of Culture, building public toilets, warehouses there and so on. All these actions are an insult to the feelings of believers, because desecrate spiritual relics.