[hev-uh-lee] /ˈhɛv ə li/
with a great weight or burden:
a heavily loaded wagon.
in a manner suggestive of carrying a great weight; ponderously; lumberingly:
He walked heavily across the room.
in an oppressive manner:
Cares weigh heavily upon him.
severely; greatly; intensely:
to suffer heavily.
in large amounts or in great quantities; very much:
It rained heavily on Tuesday.
without animation or vigor; in a dull manner; sluggishly.
Old English hefiglice “violently, intensely; sorrowfully; sluggishly,” from hefig (see heavy) + -ly (2).
[hev-ee] /ˈhɛv i/ adjective, heavier, heaviest. 1. of great weight; hard to lift or carry: a heavy load. 2. of great amount, quantity, or size; extremely large; massive: a heavy vote; a heavy snowfall. 3. of great force, intensity, turbulence, etc.: a heavy sea. 4. of more than the usual or average weight: a heavy […]
[heev] /hiv/ verb (used with object), heaved or (especially Nautical) hove; heaving. 1. to raise or lift with effort or force; hoist: to heave a heavy ax. 2. to throw, especially to lift and throw with effort, force, or violence: to heave an anchor overboard; to heave a stone through a window. 3. Nautical. 4. […]
[hev-ee-sahyd] /ˈhɛv iˌsaɪd/ noun 1. Oliver, 1850–1925, English physicist. /ˈhɛvɪˌsaɪd/ noun 1. Oliver. 1850–1925, English physicist. Independently of Kennelly, he predicted (1902) the existence of an ionized gaseous layer in the upper atmosphere (the Heaviside layer); he also contributed to telegraphy
noun 1. . noun 1. the E region of the ionosphere See E region Heaviside layer (hěv’ē-sīd’) See E region.