What is a six letter word that means soft and gentle?
A six letter word for soft, gentle winds is breeze.
the word gentleman is derieved from the word "gentle" and "man" which means soft man or that the man is gentle.
Soft and gentle wind is called "breeze" A more poetic word for it is a "zephyr"
The word gentle is an adjective. It describes something or someone that is tender and soft.
Calm, mild, cool, soft.
There is no direct translation for fluffy in Latin. The closest translation would be 'lenis, lene, lenior' this word means light, soft, smooth and gentle.
soft, warm, cloudy, gentle
careful, tender, kind, soft, mild, gingerly
Yasashii means gentle in Japanese.
温厚 (o n kou) can be used, which when used as an adjective needs a な (na) right after it, it usu means 'gentle, warm-hearted, soft and brazen'. 優しい (ya sa shii) can also be used, meaning 'kind, gentle, tender'.
level, soft, steady, shiny, gentle
No word in Swahili ends with the letter s; all words end with vowels. -anana is an adjective meaning soft or gentle, e.g., mtu mwanana, a gentle or kindly person.
Rahkh (רך) The Hebrew adjective for soft (can also mean tender,gentle,melloe, flaccid, dainty or limping).
gentle, delicate, soft, dainty, faint, indistinct, light
It means 'the gentle way'
Dulcet means soft, soothing, melodious
Judo Means "the gentle way" in japanees.
Word girl means soft and fragile. Word boy means strong and rough. It means that you are transforming from soft and fragile to strong and rough.
Judo means 'the gentle way'
The musical term for soft is piano. This means soft in Italian.
柔らか /ya WA ra ka/ would be a good word for that, meaning 'soft, gentle, meek'. 神妙 /shin myou/ also means 'meek, quiet, subdued'.
The Lakota word wahwala means to be gentle, mild-mannered or even tempered. wawat'echala is to be gentle or tame okhunun washte is to have a good disposition, to be gentle, to be easy to get along with.
Judo means 'the gentle way'.
Sanjana means gentle in hindi
The definition of the word softer is the comparative form of soft. Soft means yielding readily to touch or pressure. Soft also means easily penetrated, divided or changed in shape.
The word 'Piano' means soft :D
Asperity is the opposite of softness. I thought the person was soft and gentle, instead the asperity and roughness shined thru.
Delicate Cushiony Fleshy Furry Feathery Supple Smooth Mushy Spongy Pliable Flexible Mellifluous Gentle
This is usually a suffix rather than a term, but adding "issimo" to the end of a word intensifies the root word. Eg Piano means soft, pianissimo means very soft.
The root word 'malaco' means 'soft.'
Piano means Quiet Pianissimo means very Quiet
No, the word 'gentle' is an adjective, a word that describes a noun: a gentle breeze, a gentle reminder, a gentle melody, etc.
Other words for soft (from Babylon toolbar) adj. easily bent or molded, not firm; smooth, pleasant to the touch; faint, quiet, subdued; not sharply drawn; not strict; gentle; flabby; not strong;
As Judo is a Japanese word it means the same thing gentle way.
The word 'gentle' is an adjective, a word that describes a noun: a gentle breeze, a gentle reminder, a gentle melody, etc.
Both gentle and strong is the English equivalent of 'et suavis et fortis'. In the word by word translation, the conjunctions 'et ... et' mean 'both ... and'. The adjective 'suavis' means 'gentle'. The adjective 'fortis' means 'strong'.
Dont worry about it !
the word succulent means soft and tasty
It meant gentle, pliable, the opposite of hard, just like it does now. Cleopatra says, "As sweet as balm, as soft as air, as gentle". Coriolanus says, "When steel grows soft as the parasite's silk" Proteus in Two Gentlemen of Verona says, "poets' sinews, whose golden touch could soften steel and stones." Shakespeare uses the word "soft" an awful lot the way we might say "Hush!" or "Shhh!"--as an interjection to be quiet. And it… Read More
The prefix -astheno in asthenosphere means weak (soft.)
Jujitsu is a Japanese martial art. The word is Japanese and means 'The gentle art.'
The word mollusca comes from the Latin word mollis meaning "soft". This word in turn came from the term Aristotle used for cuttlefish, Molluscus, which means "the soft things".
SWIFTj with a soft j
The word 'gentle' is not a noun. The word 'gentle' is an adjective and a verb. The noun form of the adjective 'gentle' is gentleness. The noun form of the verb to 'gentle' is the gerund, gentling.
because the H means the pencil is hard and B means the pencil is soft.
Judo is the name that Jigoro Kano gave the sport. Judo means gentle way.
mollis means "soft" as in the English mollify
It's not French, it comes from the Welsh name which is formed from two words - Gwen which means white or pure and hwyvar which means gentle.