[hahrt-suh m] /ˈhɑrt səm/

adjective, Chiefly Scot.
giving cheer, spirit, or courage:
a heartsome wine.
cheerful; spirited.
adjective (mainly Scot)
cheering or encouraging: heartsome news
gay; cheerful

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