[kohld-hahr-tid] /ˈkoʊldˈhɑr tɪd/
lacking sympathy or feeling; indifferent; unkind.
lacking in feeling or warmth; unkind
c.1600, from cold (adj.) + hearted. Originally in Shakespeare. Old English had cealdheort (adj.) “cruel.”
/ˈkəʊldɪ/ noun 1. (Austral, slang) a cold can or bottle of beer
/ˈkəʊldɪts/ noun 1. a town in E Germany, on the River Mulde: during World War II its castle was used as a top-security camp for Allied prisoners of war; many daring escape attempts, some successful, were made
language A formal design kernel language for describing (sequential) software systems in intermediate stages of their design. [“An Introduction to COLD-K”, H.B.M. Jonkers in Algebraic Methods: Theory, Tools and Applications, M. Wirsing et al eds, LNCS 394, Springer 1989, pp. 139-205]. (1995-01-04)
noun 1. light emitted by a source that is not incandescent, as from a firefly. noun 1. light emitted at low temperatures from a source that is not incandescent, such as fluorescence, phosphorescence, bioluminescence, or triboluminescence