Found 3 items, similar to KIND.
English → Indonesian
bagai, baik hati, jenis, macam, manis, ramah, sayang
English → English
adj 1: having or showing a tender and considerate and helpful
nature; used especially of persons and their behavior;
“kind to sick patients”
; “a kind master”
; “kind words
showing understanding and sympathy”
; “thanked her for
her kind letter”
2: liberal; “kind words of praise”
3: conducive to comfort; beneficial; “the genial sunshine”
; “hot summer pavements are anything but kind
to the feet”
4: expressing sympathy
5: characterized by mercy, and compassion; “compassionate
toward disadvantaged people”
; “kind to animals”
; “a humane
6: agreeable; “a dry climate kind to asthmatics”
7: helpful to other people; “helping an old lady with her
bundles was his kind deed for the day”
8: tolerant and forgiving under provocation; “our neighbor was
very kind about the window our son broke”
9: showing consideration and anticipation of needs; “it was
thoughtful of you to bring flowers”
; “a neighbor showed
10: generously responsive; “good-hearted but inept efforts to
; “take a kindly interest”
; “a kindly gentleman”
“an openhearted gift to charity”
n : a category of things distinguished by some common
characteristic or quality; “sculpture is a form of art”
“what kinds of desserts are there?”
English → English
(k[imac]nd), a. [Compar. Kinder
.] [AS. cynde, gecynde, natural, innate,
prop. an old p. p. from the root of E. kin. See Kin
1. Characteristic of the species; belonging to one's nature;
natural; native. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
It becometh sweeter than it should be, and loseth
the kind taste. --Holland.
2. Having feelings befitting our common nature; congenial;
sympathetic; as, a kind man; a kind heart.
Yet was he kind, or if severe in aught,
The love he bore to learning was his fault.
3. Showing tenderness or goodness; disposed to do good and
confer happiness; averse to hurting or paining;
benevolent; benignant; gracious.
He is kind unto the unthankful and to evil. --Luke
O cruel Death, to those you take more kind
Than to the wretched mortals left behind. --Waller.
A fellow feeling makes one wondrous kind. --Garrick.
4. Proceeding from, or characterized by, goodness,
gentleness, or benevolence; as, a kind act. “Manners so
kind, yet stately.”
5. Gentle; tractable; easily governed; as, a horse kind in
Syn: Benevolent; benign; beneficent; bounteous; gracious;
propitious; generous; forbearing; indulgent; tender;
humane; compassionate; good; lenient; clement; mild;
gentle; bland; obliging; friendly; amicable. See
, n. [OE. kinde, cunde, AS. cynd. See Kind
1. Nature; natural instinct or disposition. [Obs.]
He knew by kind and by no other lore. --Chaucer.
Some of you, on pure instinct of nature,
Are led by kind t'admire your fellow-creature.
2. Race; genus; species; generic class; as, in mankind or
humankind. “Come of so low a kind.”
Every kind of beasts, and of birds. --James iii.7.
She follows the law of her kind. --Wordsworth.
Here to sow the seed of bread,
That man and all the kinds be fed. --Emerson.
3. Sort; type; class; nature; style; character; fashion;
manner; variety; description; as, there are several kinds
of eloquence, of style, and of music; many kinds of
government; various kinds of soil, etc.
How diversely Love doth his pageants play,
And snows his power in variable kinds ! --Spenser.
There is one kind of flesh of men, another flesh of
beasts, another of fishes, and another of birds. --I
Cor. xv. 39.
Diogenes was asked in a kind of scorn: What was the
matter that philosophers haunted rich men, and not
rich men philosophers? --Bacon.
A kind of
, something belonging to the class of; something
like to; -- said loosely or slightingly.
, in the produce or designated commodity itself, as
distinguished from its value in money.
Tax on tillage was often levied in kind upon corn.
Syn: Sort; species; type; class; genus; nature; style;
character; breed; set.
, v. t. [See Kin
To beget. [Obs.] --Spenser.