Definitions for hatred
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word hatred.
the emotion of intense dislike; a feeling of dislike so strong that it demands action
Strong aversion; intense dislike; hateful regard; an affection of the mind awakened by something regarded as unpleasant, harmful or evil.
Etymology: From hatrede, hatreden, from hate + -reden, equivalent to. Related to hatri.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Hate; ill-will; malignity; malevolence; dislike; abhorrence; detestation; abomination; the passion contrary to love.
Etymology: from hate.
Hatred is the thought of the pain which any thing present or absent is apt to produce in us. John Locke.
I wish I had a cause to seek him there,
To oppose his hatred fully. William Shakespeare, Macbeth.
Hatred is the passion of defiance, and there is a kind of aversation and hostility included in its very essence; but then, if there could have been hatred in the world when there was scarce any thing odious, it would have acted within the compass of its proper object. Robert South, Sermons.
Hatreds are often begotten from slight and almost innocent occasions, and quarrels propagated and continued in the world. John Locke.
Retain no malice nor hatred against any: be ready to do them all the kindness you are able. William Wake, Preparat. for Death.
She is a Presbyterian of the most rank and virulent kind, and consequently has an inveterate hatred to the church. Jonathan Swift.
strong aversion; intense dislike; hate; an affection of the mind awakened by something regarded as evil
Hatred is a deep and emotional extreme dislike that can be directed against individuals, entities, objects, or ideas. Hatred is often associated with feelings of anger and a disposition towards hostility. Commonly held moral rules, such as the Golden Rule, oppose universal hatred towards another.
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British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'hatred' in Nouns Frequency: #2902
The numerical value of hatred in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of hatred in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
There is a serious anti-American feeling in Turkey, and this is turning into hatred, it is in the hands of the United States to stop this anti-American feeling leading to hatred.
The greatest hatred, like the greatest virtue and the worst dogs, is quiet.
It is disturbing enough that some sick individual would attempt to burn a house of worship to the ground, but referencing the slayings in New Zealand is beyond the pale, while the majority of humanity has responded to the tragedy to draw closer to one another and refute hatred, a violent and hate-filled minority seeks further divisions. We are grateful that someone was inside the mosque and was able to act quickly to put the fire out. We ask anyone with information to come forward and contact the Escondido Police Department. We stand in solidarity with our community members who attend the Islamic Center of Escondido.
The purpose of living is not to live in misery or hatred. Solitude cannot fill anybody's emptiness if the object of living is not known.
For a time, we thought that the hatred of Jews had finally been eradicated. But slowly the demonization of Jews started to come back, once again, young Jewish boys are afraid to wear yarmulkes on the streets of Paris and Budapest and London. Once again, Jewish businesses are targeted. And once again, Jewish families are fleeing Europe.
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- كراهية, كُرهArabic
- омра́за, нена́вистBulgarian
- kas, kasoniBreton
- odiCatalan, Valencian
- zášť, nenávistCzech
- απέχθεια, έχθρα, μίσοςGreek
- gráin, fuathIrish
- gràin, fuathScottish Gaelic
- घृणा, घिन, दुश्मनी, नफ़रतHindi
- risentimento, odioItalian
- სიძულვილი, მძულვარებაGeorgian
- សេចក្ដីស្អប់, ស្អប់ខ្ពើមKhmer
- odium, invidiaLatin
- ienaids, naidsLatvian
- ahikauri, mauāharaMāori
- benci, kebencianMalay
- द्वेष, घृणाSanskrit
- мржња, mržnjaSerbo-Croatian
- nenávisť, zášťSlovak
- душманӣ, нафратTajik
- ความเกลียด, ความชังThai
- نەپرەتUyghur, Uighur
- نفرت, گھرنا, دشمنی, گھنUrdu
- căm thù, ghétVietnamese
- haeyeme, hinneWalloon
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