hold

I Adj.
1. poet. altm. (lieblich) lovely, sweet, fair
2. geh.: jemandem / etw. hold sein be well-disposed towards s.o. / s.th.; das Glück war ihm hold fortune smiled upon him, he was in luck
II Adv.: hold lächeln etc. smile etc. sweetly
* * *
charming; lovely; dear
* * *
họld [hɔlt]
adj
1) (poet, dated) fair, sweet; (hum) dear, beloved, fair

holder Friede — sweet or blessed peace

die holde Weiblichkeit (hum) — the fair sex

mein holder Gatte (hum) — my dear or beloved husband (hum)

meine Holde — my sweet

2)

pred (geh: = gewogen) jdm hold sein — to be fond of or well-disposed to(wards) sb

das Glück war ihm hold — fortune smiled upon him

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hold
[hɔlt]
adj
1. (hum: lieb) dear, beloved, fair hum
2. (veraltend geh: anmutig) sweet
3. (gewogen)
jdm/etw \hold bleiben/sein (geh) to be kind to sb/sth
mir ist Fortuna nie \hold! [good] fortune never smiles on me!
meine H\holde (veraltet o iron) [my] dear a. iron
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1.
Adjektiv
1) (dichter. veralt.) fair; lovely; lovely <sight>; sweet, lovely <smile>

die holde Weiblichkeit — (scherzh.) the fair sex

2)

das Glück war uns (Dat.) hold — (geh.) fortune smiled upon us

2.
adverbial sweetly
* * *
hold
A. adj
1. poet obs (lieblich) lovely, sweet, fair
2. geh:
jemandem/etwas hold sein be well-disposed towards sb/sth;
das Glück war ihm hold fortune smiled upon him, he was in luck
B. adv:
hold lächeln etc smile etc sweetly
* * *
1.
Adjektiv
1) (dichter. veralt.) fair; lovely; lovely <sight>; sweet, lovely <smile>

die holde Weiblichkeit — (scherzh.) the fair sex

2)

das Glück war uns (Dat.) hold — (geh.) fortune smiled upon us

2.
adverbial sweetly

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