Definitions for blitheblaɪð, blaɪθ

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. blithe(adj)

    lacking or showing a lack of due concern

    "spoke with blithe ignorance of the true situation"

  2. blithe, blithesome, lighthearted, lightsome, light-hearted(adj)

    carefree and happy and lighthearted

    "was loved for her blithe spirit"; "a merry blithesome nature"; "her lighthearted nature"; "trilling songs with a lightsome heart"

Wiktionary

  1. blithe(Adjective)

    Happy, cheerful.

  2. blithe(Adjective)

    Indifferent, careless, showing a lack of concern.

    She had a blithe disregard of cultures outside the United States.

  3. Origin: blīþe, from blīþiz. Cognate with Danish blid, Dutch blij, Icelandic blíður. Compare bliss.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Blithe(adj)

    gay; merry; sprightly; joyous; glad; cheerful; as, a blithe spirit

Freebase

  1. Blithe

    Blithe is a fictional character from DC Comics' Supergirl series. She first appeared in Supergirl # 36, September 1999.


Translations for blithe

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  • feliz, alegre, descuidado, indiferenteSpanish
  • content, allègre, gai, négligent, joyeux, indifférentFrench
  • indifferenteItalian
  • бактылуу, шайырKyrgyz
  • blijDutch
  • счастли́вый, беспе́чный, жизнера́достный, несерьёзный, легкомы́сленный, беззабо́тный, небре́жный, весёлыйRussian

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