Found 3 items, similar to dear.
English → Indonesian
mahal, sayang, terhormat, tersayang
English → English
n 1: a beloved person; used as terms of endearment [syn: beloved
, loved one
2: a sweet innocent mild-mannered person (especially a child)
adv 1: with affection; “she loved him dearly”
; “he treats her
2: at a great cost; “he paid dearly for the food”
; “this cost
adj 1: dearly loved [syn: beloved
2: with or in a close or intimate relationship; “a good
; “my sisters and brothers are near and dear”
3: earnest; “one's dearest wish”
; “devout wishes for their
; “heartfelt condolences”
4: having a high price; “costly jewelry”
; “much too dear for my pocketbook”
; “a pricey
English → English
A dear one; lover; sweetheart.
That kiss I carried from thee, dear. --Shak.
(d[=e]r), a. [Compar. Dearer
(d[=e]r"[e^]st).] [OE. dere, deore, AS.
de['o]re; akin to OS. diuri, D. duur, OHG. tiuri, G. theuer,
teuer, Icel. d[=y]rr, Dan. & Sw. dyr. Cf. Darling
1. Bearing a high price; high-priced; costly; expensive.
The cheapest of us is ten groats too dear. --Shak.
2. Marked by scarcity or dearth, and exorbitance of price;
as, a dear year.
3. Highly valued; greatly beloved; cherished; precious.
“Hear me, dear lady.”
Neither count I my life dear unto myself. --Acts xx.
And the last joy was dearer than the rest. --Pope.
Dear as remember'd kisses after death. --Tennyson.
4. Hence, close to the heart; heartfelt; present in mind;
engaging the attention.
(a) Of agreeable things and interests.
[I'll] leave you to attend him: some dear cause
Will in concealment wrap me up awhile. --Shak.
His dearest wish was to escape from the bustle
and glitter of Whitehall. --Macaulay.
(b) Of disagreeable things and antipathies.
In our dear peril. --Shak.
Would I had met my dearest foe in heaven
Or ever I had seen that day. --Shak.
Dearly; at a high price.
If thou attempt it, it will cost thee dear. --Shak.
, v. t.
To endear. [Obs.] --Shelton.