What word means polite and proper?
Words used in that context include correct, civil, or courteous.
The word polite is an adjective. It means to be well-mannered.
it means appropriate,polite behavior in society..
The adverb for the word polite would be politely. This means been nice to someone.
polite means when you are nice or kind
Polite, agreeable, genial, favorable.
This is s French word that means to be polite and accommodating; courteous.
It means "polite" and beauty and pak-clean
complaisant condescending considerate
Poli, polie means "polite" in English.
Onra is not a Spanish word, but orna is, and it means 'you (polite)/he/she adorn(s), embellish(es)'. Unless, because the 'h' is silent in Spanish, you mean 'honra', which means: honour (noun) you (polite)/he/she honour(s) (verb)
The synonym could be courteous, or cordial, or simply nice.
Polite society precludes answering this question.
The word polite is not a noun; polite is an adjective, a word that describes a noun. Example sentence: She is a polite girl. (polite is describing the girl). The noun form for the adjective polite is politeness.
The word please in the phrase 'please be informed' means a polite request. Please is defined as polite consideration or request.
The word is proper.
bie keqi means you're welcome. Or exactly translated word for word it would mean "there's no need to be polite!" bie 别 don't keqi 客气 polite
No, the noun 'gentlemen' is a common noun, a general word for chivalrous, courteous, or honorable males, or a polite address for a group of males. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing. A proper noun for the common noun 'gentlemen' is the names of the males.
The proper abbreviation for the word required is "req'd." The word required means that something is compulsory, indispensable, or essential.
Nonchalant means rude and not proper so if someone would have that attitude it would mean that person wasn't a very polite person.
Act polite means to be kind and if you don't know what kind means it means to be nice.
"Ning" is actually spelled "nin", and is a polite form of saying "ni" which means "you".
it means " i am laughing my "tail" off " the " tail" is not actual word: but its the most polite way to say it.
A seven-letter word for excessively polite is the word "genteel."
The root word is "civil" which means: of or relating to the people and of adequate in courtesy and politeness. It comes from the Latin word civilis which means " citizen". "civility" is the noun derived from civil meaning polite actions and words.
The comparative form of polite is more polite. The superlative form is most polite.
Suave and debonair!
i was polite to my neighbor.
personable, pretty, people pleaser, pleasant, practical, plump, posh, polite. Patient. Playful. Prim. Proper.
The word impolite has a prefix, not a suffix. The prefix in this case is -im. Impolite means rude, not polite.
Iimasu is the polite form of the verb "iu" which means to speak/talk.
Polite word > Su Nag Not so polite (but not rude) > Maa
The young man was very polite.
dont, it is not polite
polite means that they follow their manners and say their "please"and"thank you" ---- make sure you be polite with everyone!
your mother's brother's sister's aunt's cousin's uncle
emu - demure
The Irish word Coir, means Crime, offense, fault. The word Cóir, as a noun, can mean justice, equity; proper share, due; proper equipment; proper order. in the forms de chóir, a chóir, chóir it means 'near', (de) chóir (a bheith) '(to be) nearly'.
Belonging to more than one girl. And if you're going to ask for punctuational interpretations, proper phrasing of your question would be polite. The question should be: What does the apostrophe stand for in the word " girls' "
This is completely context dependent. "Likewise" basically means "the same to you." If someone says something polite to you, like "it was nice to meet you," then responding with "likewise" would be polite. If someone says something rude, then responding "likewise" would be equally rude. Tone is also important.
The word polite is an adjective. Adjectives don't have singular or plural, they have degrees, for example: polite, more polite, most polite. The noun form for the adjective polite is politeness; the plural form is politenesses.
useful, proper, bright
Prim means precise, proper, or stiffly polite behavior. Synonyms include prissy, formal, and rigid. In response to Delcatty, it describes its overly neat nature and its refusal to fight and
"s'il-vous-plaît" for formal conversation, "s'il-te-plaît" for informal (the former is more polite).
it means "talk" - specifically, it means "he/she/it talks", from the verb hablar, and it's also used as "you talk" when speaking polite, like for instance with older people.
The likely word is the adverb accordingly (as is necessary or proper). The word accordantly means harmoniously.
Herpetologist, from the Greek word ερπετό, which means reptile, and the science is herpetology.
The word senior is actually Latin. It means older or - senior. If you mean 'senior' as in 'an elderly person', then 'senex' means 'old man'. 'anus' is the female equivalent, but it's not polite (synonyms include 'hag' and 'harridan').
The pronunciation is with a single short A sound (mam), to rhyme with gram and ham. The word ma'am is a contraction of "madam" (polite term of address for a woman, from the French madame).