What word means full of zeal?
Feel means to touch and rhymes with zeal.
I believe you meant zealous. It is an adjective, and means to be full of zeal. Zeal means to have an eager interest in pursuit of something.
"Let a good man do good deeds with the same zeal that the evil man does bad ones." Zeal basically means eagerness.
Studium est omnia is one Latin equivalent of 'Zeal is everything'. Zelum est omnia is another equivalent. In the word by word translation, the nouns 'studium' and 'zelum' mean 'zeal'. The verb 'est' means '[he/she/it] is'. The noun 'omnia' means 'everything'.
Zany means wild, crazy and full of fun. Zealous means full of zeal, enthusiasm and commitment. Zealous people are perhaps a little too serious.
zeal = hitlahavút (הִתְלַהֲבוּת)
It means showing zeal and zeal is great energy or enthusiasm in pursuit of a cause or an objective.
Zealous means enthusiastic, eager, passionate, intense. Zealous means full of, characterized by, or due to zeal; ardently active, devoted, or diligent.
he felt a kind of religious zeal.
The meaning of the Latin word studio is study or zeal The meaning of the Latin word studio is study or zeal
Zany means to be wild and crazy in a fun way. Zealous means to be full of zeal, full of enthusiasm and commitment. (Sometimes a little too serious about it) Zero means the digit "0", which stands for none of whatever it is you are talking about.
A zealot is someone who has very strong feelings for something, believes others should share the same feelings and tries to convict them into feeling the same. In that sense, a zealot has a lot of zeal for their purpose.
The suffix full means,full of something. example : the word colorful means something is full of color
Zeal means Eager desire in going for a goal. Example: "Sierra had a zeal for getting the starring role in her school play".
Ardor means enthusiasm or passion. Synonyms for ardor include passion, fervor, zeal, intensity and emotion.
Vacuum is a word that means an empty space.
Zeal is active devotion, fervor, or enthusiasm. It can be positive (zealous) or negative (overzealous).
One Latin equivalent of the English word 'zeal' is ardor. Another is fervor. Still another is studium. Yet another is the much later used noun zelum.
full of hate.
It was full of zeal. I enjoyed it very much.
It means to be full of something. For example hopeful means to be full of hope.
Enthusiasm, eagerness, hustle
Elan , zeal ,
The -ful suffix simply means "full of". Shameful means full of shame, prideful means full of pride.
The word "discount" (discounted) means at less than full price, often defined as a percentage reduction from the full price.
The latin word (the Romans were Latins and spoke Latin) for energy are navitas (energy/zeal) and vigor (energy/force). The opposite is Dissolutus means wanting in energy, lax, weak.
brio, zeal, zest
According to the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, zealously means: filled with or characterized by zeal : marked by fervent partisanship for a person, a cause, or an ideal
Fire means zeal, or enthusiasm.
No, joyous is not a compound word; joy with the suffix 'ous' which means 'full of'. Joyous = full of joy.
It means "full" (political technical word)
The root word -ous means full of
The word you are looking for is DISCOUNT. (which as an adjective discount or discounted means less than full price)
Our studies are in themselves studies is the English equivalent of 'Studia ipsa studia nostra'. In the word by word translation, the noun 'studia' means 'zeal, study, application'. The intensive pronoun 'ipsa' means 'themselves'. The possessive pronoun 'nostra' means 'our'.
zeal, also zymotechnical
peal, zeal, repeal, meal, appeal,
zinc, zest, zeal
Excitement, passion, zeal, exhilaration, fervor...
Enthusiasm, drive, excitement, ambition, energy.
Filled with excessive and single-minded zeal.
Zeal=flair, being flashy, etc... Zealously is an adjective, describing soumone who has zeal, or is zealous. To add to the above, zealously means "with considerable enthusiasm or eagerness".
Zeal has the synonyms ardor, eagerness, enthusiasm, fervor, or passion. Some with possible negative connotations are mania, fanaticism, or vehemence.
There is a such word as courageous. It means you are full of courage and no fear what so ever
The word careful is an adjective. It means to be full of care.
The word full mans complete or total. For a container, it means holding all it can.
There is no prefix. The word has the suffix -ful which means "full of" (wonderful = full of wonder).
Powerful means: "Full of power"
zeal is a sentence that starts with zeal