Complete Definition of "heart"

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English

rank|heard|night|mind|203|heart|going|knew|seen

Etymology
Image:Heart numlabels.png|thumb|Diagram of the human heart.
Image:Poker-sm-221-Ah.png|thumb|The Ace of Hearts.
OE. term|heorte|langang < proto|Germanic|xirtan < proto|Indo-European|kÌerd-. Cognate with Dutch term|hart|langnl, German term|Herz|langde, Swedish term|hjärta|langsv. The Indo-European root is also the source of Greek term|scGrek|καÏδία|langel, Latin term|cor|langla, Welsh term|craidd|langcy, Russian term|ÑеÑдÑе|langru, Lithuanian term|Å¡irdis|langlt.

Pronunciation
a|RP IPA|/hÉËt/, SAMPA|/hA:t/
a|GenAm? IPA|/hÉɹt/, SAMPA|/hArt/
audio|en-us-heart.ogg|Audio (US)

Noun
en-noun

  1. anatomy A muscular organ that pumps blood through the body.
  2. emotions|Emotions, kindness, or spirit in general (but like above, people only have one heart).
  3. A shape or symbol approximately in the shape of a heart (â¥).
  4. A playing card of the suit hearts featuring one or more heart-shaped symbols.
  5. The centre, essence, or core.

Verb
en-verb

  1. context|internet slang|text messaging|emoticon To be fond of, frequently abbreviated as <3.

#* 2006, Susan Reinhardt, Bulldog doesn't have to rely on the kindness of strangers to draw attention, Citizen-Times.com
#*: I guess at this point we were supposed to feel elated she'd come to her senses and decided she hearts dogs after all.
#* 2000, pixie, Goths need to take a chill pill, alt.gothic
#*: Well, then I regret to inform you that you are NOT goth. Goths (heart) anal beads.

Derived terms
rel-top|terms derived from "heart"
amber heart
artichoke heart
at heart
bleeding heart
by heart
dishearten
heart attack
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heartbeat
heartburn
heart failure
heartsick
hearty
sweetheart
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Translations
trans-top|an organ
Albanian: zemër f
Arabic: ARchar|ÙÙب (qalb) m
Aramaic:
Azeri: qÉlb, ürÉk
Basque: bihotz
Bosnian: t-|bs|srce|n
Breton: kalon f
Bulgarian: ÑÑÑÑе (sÇrtse) n
Catalan: cor
Chinese Characters: å¿
Chinese: å¿è, å¿è (xÄ«n-zàng)
Chuvash: ÑÄÑе
Croatian: t+|hr|srce|n
Czech: t-|cs|srdce|n
Danish: t+|da|hjerte|n
Dutch: t+|nl|hart|n
Esperanto: t-|eo|koro|xs=Esperanto
Faroese: t-|fo|hjarta|n|xs=Faroese
Finnish: t+|fi|sydän
French: t+|fr|cÅur|m
Frisian: hert
Old Frisian: hirte
German: t+|de|Herz|n
Greek: t+|el|καÏδιά|f|trkarðá|scGrek
Gujarati: દિલ (dil) n
Hawaiian: pu'uwai
Hebrew: ×× (lev) m
Hindi: दिल (dil) m
Hungarian: t+|hu|szív
Icelandic: t+|is|hjarta|n
Ilocano: puso
Indonesian: t+|id|jantung|xs=Indonesian
Italian: t+|it|cuore|m
Japanese: å¿è (ãããã, shinzÅ)
Jèrriais: tchoeu m
Korean: ì¬ì¥ (simjang)
Kuna: kuage
trans-mid
Kurdish: dil m, qelb m, KUchar|دڵ
Kyrgyz: RUchar|жүÑөк (žürök)
Latin: t-|la|cor|n
Maltese: qalb
Manx: cree f
Mapudungun: piwke
Marathi: हà¥à¤°à¥à¤¦à¤¯ (hruday)
Nahuatl: yollotl
Norwegian: t-|no|hjerte|n
Old English: t-|ang|heorte|xs=Old English
Pashto: FAchar|زر٠(zrë)
Persian: FAchar|د٠(del), FAchar|ÙÙب (ghalb)
Polish: t+|pl|serce|n
Portuguese: t+|pt|coração|m
Quechua: sunqu
Rapanui (Easter Islandese): mahatu
Romanian: t-|ro|inimÄ|f
Russian: t+|ru|ÑеÑдÑе|n|trsérdtse|scCyrl
Scottish Gaelic: cridhe m
Serbian

Scots: hert
Slovak: t+|sk|srdce|n
Slovene: t+|sl|srce|n
Spanish: t+|es|corazón|m
Swahili: moyo s, mioyo p
Swedish: t+|sv|hjärta|n
Tagalog: puso
Tamazight: âµâµ (ul) m
Telugu: t|te|à°à±à°à°¡à±|sc=Telu (guMDe)
Thai: THchar|หัวà¹à¸ (hua-jai)
Turkish: t+|tr|yürek
Turan: yürÉk
Ukrainian: ÑеÑÑе (sértse) n
Urdu: URchar|د٠(dil) m
Welsh: calon
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trans-top|emotions or kindness
Bosnian: t-|bs|srce|n
Czech: t-|cs|srdce|n
Danish: t+|da|hjerte|n
Dutch: t+|nl|hart|n
Faroese: t-|fo|hjarta|n|xs=Faroese
Finnish: t+|fi|sydän
French: t+|fr|cÅur|m
Frisian: hert
German: t+|de|Herzchen|n
Greek: Î­Î»ÎµÎ¿Ï (éleos) n, ÏÏλαγÏνικÏÏηÏα (splaÅkhnikótita) f, ÏÏμÏÏνοια (si[m]bónia} f, ÏÏναιÏθημαÏικÏÏηÏα (sinesthimatikótita) f, θέÏμη (thérmi) f, καÏδιά (karðiá) f
Italian: t+|it|cuore|m
trans-mid
Japanese: å¿ (ããã, kokóro)
Kurdish: t+|ku|dil|m, t+|ku|qelb|m
Maltese: qalb f
Norwegian: t-|no|hjerte|n
Old English: t-|ang|mod|n|altmÅd|xsOld English, t-|ang|sefa|m|xsOld English, t-|ang|hyge|m|althyÄ¡e|xs=Old English
Portuguese: t+|pt|amável
Serbian

Swedish: t+|sv|hjärta|n
Telugu: t|te|మనసà±|scTelu, t|te|à°¹à±à°¦à°¯à°|scTelu (manasu]], hRdayaM)
Thai: THchar|หัวà¹à¸ (hua-jai), THchar|à¸à¸§à¸à¹à¸ (duang-jai), THchar|ฤà¸à¸±à¸¢ (ru-tai), THchar|à¹à¸ (jai)
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trans-top|a shape or symbol
Arabic: ARchar|ÙÙب (qalb) m
Bosnian: t-|bs|srce|n
Catalan: cor
Czech: t-|cs|srdce|n
Danish: t+|da|hjerte|n
Dutch: t+|nl|hart|n
Faroese: t-|fo|hjarta|n|xs=Faroese
Finnish: t+|fi|sydän
French: t+|fr|cÅur|m
Frisian: hert
German: t+|de|Herz|n
Greek: t+|el|καÏδιά|f|trkarðiá|scGrek, t+|el|κοÏÏα|f|trkoúpa|scGrek
Icelandic: t+|is|hjarta|n
Italian: t+|it|cuore|m
Japanese: t-|ja|ãã¼ã|trhÄto|scJpan
Jèrriais: tchoeu m
trans-mid
Kurdish: t+|ku|dil|m, t+|ku|qelb|m
Maltese: qalb f
Norwegian: t-|no|hjerte|n
Polish: serce n, serduszko n
Portuguese: t+|pt|coração|m
Russian: t+|ru|ÑеÑдÑе|n|trsérdtse|scCyrl
Scottish Gaelic: cridhe m
Serbian

Slovene: t+|sl|srce|n
Spanish: t+|es|corazón|m
Swedish: t+|sv|hjärta|n
Telugu: t|te|à°ªà±à°°à±à°®|sc=Telu (prema)
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trans-top|a suit of cards
Bosnian: herc m
Czech: t-|cs|srdce|p
Danish: hjerter p
Dutch: t-|nl|harten|p
Faroese: hjørtu n|p
Finnish: t+|fi|hertta
French: t+|fr|cÅur|m
Frisian: herten
German: t+|de|Herz|n
Greek: t+|el|κοÏÏα|f|trkoúpa|scGrek
Hungarian: t-|hu|kÅr
Icelandic: t+|is|hjarta|n
Italian: t+|it|cuori|m|p
Japanese: t-|ja|ãã¼ã|trhÄto|scJpan
Jèrriais: tchoeu m
trans-mid
Kurdish: t+|ku|dil|m, t+|ku|qelb|m
Maltese: t-|mt|koppi|xs=Maltese
Norwegian: hjerter n
Polish: t+|pl|kier|m
Portuguese: t+|pt|copas|f|p
Russian: t-|ru|ÑеÑви|f|p|trÄérvi|scCyrl
Serbian

Slovene: t+|sl|srce|n
Spanish: t-|es|copas|f|p
Swedish: t+|sv|hjärter|n
Telugu: à°à° à±à°¨à± (ATheenu)
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trans-top|centre or core
Arabic: ARchar|ÙÙب (qalb) m
Bosnian: t-|bs|srce|n
Czech: t-|cs|srdce|n
Danish: t+|da|hjerte|n
Dutch: t+|nl|hart|n
Faroese: t-|fo|hjarta|n|xs=Faroese
Finnish: t+|fi|sydän, t+|fi|ydin
French: t+|fr|cÅur|m
Frisian: hert
German: t+|de|Kern|m, t+|de|Herz|n
Greek: t+|el|καÏδιά|f|trkarðiá|scGrek
Hebrew: ×ר×× (merkáz) m, ×× (lev) m
Icelandic: t+|is|hjarta|n
Italian: t+|it|nocciolo|m
trans-mid
Japanese: ä¸­å¿ (chÅ«shin)
Jèrriais: tchoeu m
Kurdish: t+|ku|dil|m, t+|ku|qelb|m
Maltese: qalba f, Ä¡ewieni m
Norwegian: t-|no|hjerte|n
Polish: t+|pl|serce|n
Portuguese: t+|pt|coração|m
Russian: ÑеÑдÑе (sérdtse) n, ÑеÑдÑевина (serdtsevína) f
Scottish Gaelic: cridhe m
Serbian

Spanish: t+|es|corazón|m
Swedish: t+|sv|hjärta|n
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Translations to be checked
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ttbc|Bulgarian: ÑÑÑÑе (sÇrtse) n
ttbc|Chinese Characters: å¿
ttbc|Chinese: å¿æ (xÄ«n qíng) (2); å¿å½¢ (xÄ«n xíng) (3); ç´å¿, çº¢å¿ (hóng xÄ«n) (4)
ttbc|Chinese: å¿ (xÄ«n), è¸æ (xiÅng-huái)
ttbc|Hungarian: bátorság, lelkiállapot; belsÅ, rész, mag, ér; geszt; piros
ttbc|Irish: croí m
ttbc|Korean: ì¬í¼ (simhon)
ttbc|Low Saxon: hart, n
ttbc|Manx: cree#Manx|cree
ttbc|Romanian: inima f
ttbc|Slovak: srdce n
ttbc|Turkish: yürek, kalp [-bi]
ttbc|Urdu: URchar|د٠(dil)
ttbc|Welsh: calon f

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Category:Cardiology

af:heart
ar:heart
br:heart
de:heart
el:heart
es:heart
fa:heart
fr:heart
ko:heart
hy:heart
io:heart
id:heart
it:heart
kk:heart
ky:heart
ku:heart
hu:heart
ja:heart
pl:heart
pt:heart
ru:heart
simple:heart
sr:heart
fi:heart
sv:heart
ta:heart
te:heart
vi:heart
tr:heart
zh:heart

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