What does vibrant mean?

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ˈvaɪ brəntvi·brant

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. vibrant, vivaciousadjective

    vigorous and animated

    "a vibrant group that challenged the system"; "a charming and vivacious hostess"; "a vivacious folk dance"

  2. vibrantadjective

    of sounds that are strong and resonating

    "the men's vibrant voices"

  3. vibrantadjective

    of colors that are bright and striking


  1. vibrantadjective

    Pulsing with energy or activity

    He has a vibrant personality.

  2. vibrantadjective

    Lively and vigorous

  3. vibrantadjective

    Vibrating, resonant or resounding

  4. vibrantadjective


  5. Etymology: From vibrant, from vibrans, present participle of vibrare; see vibrate.


  1. vibrant

    In phonetics, a vibrant is a class of consonant including taps and trills (a trill is "sometimes referred to as a vibrant consonant"). Spanish has two vibrants, /r/ and /ɾ/. The term is sometimes used when it is not clear whether the rhotic (r-sound) in a language is a tap or a trill.


  1. vibrant

    Vibrant generally refers to something pulsating with life, vigor or activity. It can also denote a state of being full of energy, enthusiasm and brightness, or having bright or striking colors. Additionally, in acoustics, it could refer to something resonating with sound or vibration.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Vibrantadjective

    vibrating; tremulous; resonant; as, vibrant drums

  2. Etymology: [L. vibrans, p. pr.: cf. F. vibrant. See Vibrate.]

Editors Contribution

  1. vibrantverb

    1.) An emotional state or the atmosphere of a place as communicated to and heart felt by others speaking or shouting at length in a passionate way. 2.) Full of energy and enthusiasm, bright and striking the point.

    The actions of people is what constructs a vibrant sounding cypher.

    Etymology: Quickening

    Submitted by Tehorah_Elyon on October 5, 2023  


  1. Vibrant

    having a rapid motion to and fro.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of vibrant in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of vibrant in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5

Examples of vibrant in a Sentence

  1. General Mills ' cereal developer:

    We haven’t been able to get that same vibrant color.

  2. Tom Cruise:

    I really admire Queen Elizabeth, we can all learn lessons from her, and she is such a vibrant lady with a zest for life that really is addictive. But, you know, despite all the films and success, this was a ‘moment,’ as they say, and thankfully all went well. But when you look at who she has met across the decades you do think, ‘Why did they ask me?’.

  3. Jessica Dereschuk:

    (She) was one of the most vibrant, crazy, compassionate, loyal balls of energy you could ever come across in life, a conversation with her could either leave you full of adrenaline or utterly exhausted. She was a spitfire and with Sami you never knew what she'd throw your way - but you always knew she would be there for you. She was awesome like that.

  4. Nancy Crampton-Brophy:

    Nancy Brophy and Dan Brophy had an unusually healthy and vibrant and marriage, right up until the very end, after you've heard all the evidence in this case we are certain that you will understand that Nancy Brophy did not kill her husband.

  5. Ronald Reagan:

    Freedom prospers when religion is vibrant and the rule of law under God is acknowledged.

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