[hev-uh n-lee] /ˈhɛv ən li/
of or in the heavens:
the heavenly bodies.
of, belonging to, or coming from the heaven of God, the angels, etc.
resembling or befitting heaven; blissful; beautiful:
His home in Tahiti was a heavenly spot.
divine or celestial:
(informal) alluring, wonderful, or sublime
of or occurring in space: a heavenly body
Old English heofonlic “celestial; chaste;” see heaven + -ly (1). Meaning “beautiful, divinely lovely” is late 14c., often (though not originally) with reference to the celestial “music of the spheres;” weakened sense of “excellent, enjoyable” is first recorded 1874. The heavenly bodies (stars, planets, etc.) attested from late 14c. Related: Heavenliness.
noun 1. . [nan-dahy-nuh, -dee-nuh] /nænˈdaɪ nə, -ˈdi nə/ noun 1. a Chinese and Japanese evergreen shrub, Nandina domestica, of the barberry family, having pinnate leaves and bright red berries, cultivated as an ornamental.
- Heavenly blue
noun phrase Morning glory seeds, used as a narcotic (1960s+ Narcotics)
noun 1. . noun 1. the abode of God and His saints; heaven. Rev. 21:2. noun (Christianity) 1. heaven regarded as the prototype of the earthly Jerusalem; the heavenly city
- Heavenly days
An exclamation similar to for heaven’s sake . See under for one’s sake , def. 3.