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heart

 (härt)
n.
1. Anatomy
a. The chambered muscular organ in vertebrates that pumps blood received from the veins into the arteries, thereby maintaining the flow of blood through the entire circulatory system.
b. A similarly functioning structure in invertebrates.
2. The area that is the approximate location of the heart in the body; the breast.
3.
a. The vital center and source of one's being, emotions, and sensibilities.
b. The repository of one's deepest and sincerest feelings and beliefs: an appeal from the heart; a subject dear to her heart.
c. The seat of the intellect or imagination: the worst atrocities the human heart could devise.
4.
a. Emotional constitution, basic disposition, or character: a man after my own heart.
b. One's prevailing mood or current inclination: We were light of heart.
5.
a. Capacity for sympathy or generosity; compassion: a leader who seems to have no heart.
b. Love; affection: The child won my heart.
6.
a. Courage; resolution; fortitude: The soldiers lost heart and retreated.
b. The firmness of will or the callousness required to carry out an unpleasant task or responsibility: hadn't the heart to send them away without food.
7. A person esteemed or admired as lovable, loyal, or courageous: a dear heart.
8.
a. The central or innermost physical part of a place or region: the heart of the financial district.
b. The core of a plant, fruit, or vegetable, such as a heart of palm.
9. The most important or essential part: get to the heart of the matter.
10. A conventional two-lobed representation of the heart, usually colored red or pink.
11. Games
a. A red, heart-shaped figure on certain playing cards.
b. A playing card with this figure.
c. hearts(used with a sing. or pl. verb) The suit of cards represented by this figure.
d. A card game in which the object is either to avoid hearts when taking tricks or to take all the hearts.
tr.v. heart·ed, heart·ing, hearts
1. Slang To have great liking or affection for: I heart chocolate chip cookies!
2. Archaic To encourage; hearten.
Idioms:
at heart
In one's deepest feelings; fundamentally.
by heart
Learned by rote; memorized word for word.
do (one's) heart good
To lift one's spirits; make one happy.
from the bottom/depths of (one's) heart
With the deepest appreciation; most sincerely.
have (one's) heart in (one's) mouth
To be extremely frightened or anxious.
have (one's) heart in the right place
To be well-intentioned.
heart and soul
Completely; entirely.
in (one's) heart of hearts
In the seat of one's truest feelings.
lose (one's) heart to
To fall in love with.
near/close to (one's) heart
Loved by or important to one.
steal (someone's) heart
To win one's affection or love.
take to heart
To take seriously and be affected or troubled by: Don't take my criticism to heart.
to (one's) heart's content
To one's entire satisfaction, without limitation.
wear (one's) heart on (one's) sleeve
To show one's feelings clearly and openly by one's behavior.
with all (one's) heart
1. With great willingness or pleasure.
2. With the deepest feeling or devotion.
with half a heart
In a halfhearted manner.

[Middle English hert, from Old English heorte; see kerd- in Indo-European roots. V., sense 1, from the use of a heart shape to represent the verb love, originally between the letters I and NY in merchandise meant to be read I love New York.]

heart•ed

(ˈhɑr tɪd)

adj.
having a specified kind of heart (used in combination): hardhearted; sad-hearted.
[1175–1225]
References in classic literature ?
Had he known what further the boy contemplated he would doubtless have entirely abandoned his own scheme of revenge and aided the boy whole heartedly in the consummation of the lad's, which would have been better for Paulvitch, could he have but read the future but a few short hours ahead.
He stood silent, beating his stick nervously against his boot-top; and feeling that she had indeed found the right way of closing the discussion, she went on light- heartedly: "Oh, did I tell you that I showed Ellen my ring?
There was no getting at the wild-dog, no chance to rush against him whole heartedly, with generous full weight in the attack.
The Health Minister said, "We expect young doctors to discharge their obligation honestly and whole heartedly as the Punjab government has resolved their problems on priority basis".
'Hats off to my director Saqib Malik for making such a film where everyone gelled like never before and complimented each other whole heartedly,' she added.
Addressing a business award ceremony of Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Faisalabad on Thursday, he said Pakistan hosted 3.5 million Afghan refugees open heartedly during the Afghan war.
Addressing a business award ceremony of Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Faisalabad on Thursday, he said Pakistan welcomed 3.5 million Afghan refugees open heartedly during the Afghan war.
Addressing a business award ceremony of Faisalabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Faisalabad today, he said Pakistan hosted 3.5 million Afghan refugees open heartedly during the Afghan war.
Summary: I will now devote myself wholeheartedly/half-heartedly/one-16th heartedly to listening/reflecting/lying low for six months
DON'T make the mistake of taking Alastair Balls' levity light heartedly.
The NBP has contributed whole heartedly in the `Health' sector by supporting Marie Adelaide Leprosy Centre through adoption of MALC's Female Ward; SIUT Sukkur for free treatment of underprivileged patients; Noor Memorial Hospital Chakwal for construction of Lab and X-Ray facilities; Equipment support to various other hospitals and organizing numerous Medical and Eye camps countrywide.
After 24 hours my phone restored and I received SMS for sorry for delaying in restoration of phone number, Really, I heartedly appreciate PTCL complaint service.