[hahr-tee] /ˈhɑr ti/
adjective, heartier, heartiest.
warm-hearted; affectionate; cordial; jovial:
a hearty welcome.
genuine; sincere; heartfelt:
hearty approval; hearty dislike.
completely devoted; wholehearted:
a hearty push; a hearty kick.
physically vigorous; strong and well:
hale and hearty.
substantial; abundant; nourishing:
a hearty meal.
enjoying or requiring abundant food:
a hearty appetite.
(of soil) fertile.
noun, plural hearties. Archaic.
a brave or good fellow, especially with reference to a shipmate.
adjective heartier, heartiest
warm and unreserved in manner or behaviour
vigorous and enthusiastic: a hearty slap on the back
sincere and heartfelt: hearty dislike
healthy and strong (esp in the phrase hale and hearty)
substantial and nourishing
a comrade, esp a sailor
a vigorous sporting man: a rugby hearty
late 14c., “courageous; spirited, zealous;” also “loyal, faithful; sagacious, wise,” from heart + -y (2). Related: Heartiness.
see: hale and hearty
Heb. hamor, (Gen. 12:16), the general designation of the donkey used for carrying burdens (Gen. 42:26) and for ploughing (Isa. 30:24). It is described in Gen. 49:14, 2 Sam. 19:26. (See ASS.)
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