sweetheart, sweetie, steady, truelovenoun
a person loved by another person
any well-liked individual
"he's a sweetheart"
smasher, stunner, knockout, beauty, ravisher, sweetheart, peach, lulu, looker, mantrap, dishadjective
a very attractive or seductive looking woman
privileged treatment of a favored person or corporation (sometimes unethically)
"another sweetheart deal based on political influence"
A person who is always very kind.
She is such a sweetheart, she never complains about my being late.
Etymology: From sweet + heart.
A person very much liked or loved by someone, especially when both partners are young.
John married his highschool sweetheart in 1981.
Etymology: From sweet + heart.
a lover of mistress
"Sweetheart" is a song written by Rainy Davis and Pete Warner and originally recorded by Davis, which appeared on her eponymous debut album. The song reached number 24 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs in 1986. It was later re-recorded by Jermaine Dupri and Mariah Carey.
Etymology and Origins
A corruption of “Sweetard,” the suffix ard expressing the intensitive in many class names, such as “Dotard,” “Bastard,” etc.
The numerical value of sweetheart in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of sweetheart in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
That's the biz, Sweetheart.
The way you let your hand rest in mine, my bewitching Sweetheart, fills me with happiness. It is the perfection of confiding love. Everything you do, the little unconscious things in particular, charms me and increases my sense of nearness to you, identification with you, till my heart is full to overflowing.
She was only six years old, but you could see the seeds of great potential, she was a sweetheart.
This sweetheart deal must be canceled and reassigned to a New Mexico ranching family.
I go to the local cafe and people Ive never met will tell me that theyve heard all about George and how lovely he is, people love him because hes not got a mean bone in his body. Hes an all-round sweetheart!
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Translations for sweetheart
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- حبيب, حبيبة, حبيبة القلبArabic
- Schatz, Liebchen, Liebster, Liebling, LiebsteGerman
- ερωμένη, εραστήςGreek
- corazón, dulzura, novioSpanish
- یار, دلارام, دلبر, دلدار, عزیزمPersian
- rakas, kullanmuru, sydänkäpy, kultanen, kultainen, kultaseniFinnish
- amante, chéri, ange, chérie, amour, amoureuxFrench
- leannanScottish Gaelic
- édes, ÉdesemHungarian
- dolcezza, amore, cara, tesoro, caro, gentileItalian
- 恋人, カレシ, スイートハート, カノジョ, 君, ハニー, 愛すべき, 貴方, ダーリンJapanese
- საყვარელი, სატრფო, მიჯნურიGeorgian
- либе, љубен, љубенаMacedonian
- Lieve schatDutch
- sympatia, ukochany, kochanie, ukochanaPolish
- anjo, doçura, amor, gentil, querido, tesouro, meigoPortuguese
- iubit, drag, drăguță, iubită, dragăRomanian
- голу́бушка, любимый, ду́шенька, возлюбленный, дорогой, люби́мый, дорого́й, возлю́бленный, возлюбленнаяRussian
- diridika, диридикаSerbo-Croatian
- tamu, pipiSwahili
- người yêuVietnamese
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