Definitions for dearest
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beloved, dear, dearest, honey, lovenoun
a beloved person; used as terms of endearment
A beloved person; a term of endearment.
Etymology: From dear + -est, superlative-forming suffix.
"Dearest" is the 24th single released by Ayumi Hamasaki. It was released September 27, 2001. It is featured on the Best of InuYasha Soundtrack. It was the third ending theme of the anime series InuYasha.
The numerical value of dearest in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of dearest in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
The dearest friend on earth is a mere shadow compared to Jesus Christ.
We have lost one of NASCAR's true pioneers, innovators, competitors and an incredible mechanical and business mind. And personally, I have lost one of my dearest friends, while we will miss Junior mightily, his legacy and memory will forever be remembered, preserved, celebrated and cherished at the NASCAR Hall of Fame and in the hearts and minds of race fans around the world.
She is a wife who is notable in her house; she is a wife who beareth children; she is a wife whose husband is as her life; she is a wife who is obedient to her lord. The wife is half the man; a wife is man?s dearest friend; a wife is the source of his religion, his worldly profit, and his love. He who hath a wife maketh offerings in his house. Those who have wives are blest with good fortune. Wives are friends, who, by their kind and gentle speech, soothe you in your retirement. In your distresses they are as mothers, and they are refreshment to those who are travellers in the rugged paths of life.
His sister was his best friend, to have lost the dearest person in his life... I asked myself, 'What will this child do?'.
On trade, I actually think some of my dearest friends are wrong. They're just wrong, if we don't write the rules for trade around the world, guess what: China will.
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- más queridoSpanish
- chérie, le plus cher, chériFrench
- سب سے پیاریUrdu
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