Healthy – Wiktionary

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From fitness +‎ -y.

Pronunciation[edit]

IPA(key): /ˈhɛl.θi/

Rhymes: -ɛlθi

Adjective[edit]

healthful (comparative more healthy or more healthy, superlative healthiest or most healthy)

Enjoying exact health; properly; unfastened from ailment or disorder.

Antonym: dangerous

He changed into father to three healthful children.

a healthy mind in a healthful body

Brush regularly to preserve your tooth and gums strong and healthy.

My fruit timber are looking very healthy.

1935,George Goodchild,bankruptcy five, inDeath at the Centre Court:

By one o’clock the region become choc-a-bloc. […] The restaurant became packed, and the prom between the 2 predominant courts and the subsidiary courts changed into thronged with healthful-looking youngish human beings, attracted to the Mecca of tennis from all parts of the united states of america.

Conducive to fitness.

Synonym: healthful

Antonym: unhealthy

A healthful weight loss plan can help to hold proper weight.

2013 July 19,Ian Sample,“Irregular bedtimes may affect kid’s brains”, inThe Guardian Weekly, volume 189, range 6, page 34:

Irregular bedtimes may additionally disrupt healthful brain improvement in younger youngsters, consistent with a look at of intelligence and snoozing behavior.  ¶ Going to mattress at a unique time each night time affected girls more than boys, but both fared worse on mental responsibilities than kids who had a fixed bedtime, researchers determined.

Evincing fitness.

Her face had a healthy glow.

(figuratively) Significant, hefty; useful.

a healthy recognize for authority

Sam unwrapped the sandwich and took a wholesome bite out of the center.

a healthful dislike, a healthful contempt

Usage notes[edit]

When a clearer distinction is intended, healthy is used to describe the nation of the item, and wholesome describes its ability to impart health to the recipient.Vegetables in right condition are both healthful (i.e., now not rotten or diseased) and healthful (i.e., they improve the eaters’ fitness, compared to eating junk meals).By assessment, a toxic plant may be healthy, but it is not wholesome to devour it.

Derived terms[edit][edit]

heal

recovery

whole

Translations[edit]

playing true health

Abkhaz: please add this translation if you may

Arabic: صَحِيح‎ (ar) (ṣaḥīḥ)

Armenian: առողջ (hy) (aṙołǰ)

Aromanian: sãn

Avar: please upload this translation if you could

Azerbaijani: sağlam (az)

Bactrian: λρογο (lrogo)

Belarusian: здаро́вы (zdaróvy)

Bulgarian: здрав (bg) (zdrav)

Burmese: please add this translation if you could

Catalan: sa (ca), salubre

Chechen: please add this translation if you may

Chinese:

Cantonese: 健康 (gin6 hong1)

Mandarin: 健康 (zh) (jiànkāng)

Czech: zdravý (cs) m

Danish: sund (da)

Dutch: gezond (nl)

Esperanto: sana (eo)

Faliscan: salve (salve)

Faroese: frískur

Finnish: terve (fi), hyvinvoiva

French: en bonne santé, sain (fr)

Old French: sain

Friulian: san, salubri, rubest

Galician: saudable (gl), san (gl), sao (gl) m, insente

Georgian: ჯანსაღი (ǯansaɣi), ჯანმრთელი (ǯanmrteli)

German: gesund (de)

Gothic: 𐌷𐌰𐌹𐌻𐍃 (hails)

Greek: υγιής (el) m (ygiís), γερός (el) m (gerós), ακμαίος (el) m (akmaíos), εύρωστος (el) m (évrostos)

Ancient: ὑγιής (hugiḗs)

Hindi: निरोग (hi) (nirog), चंगा (hello) (caṅgā)

Hungarian: egészséges (hu)

Hunsrik: gesund

Irish: folláin, sláintiúil

Italian: sano (it)

Japanese: 健康な (ja) (けんこうな, kenkō na), 達者な (ja) (たっしゃな, tassha na)

Kazakh: тәуір (täwir)

Korean: 건강하다 (ko) (geonganghada)

Lao: ສຸກ (suk), ສົມບູນ (som būn), ສະບາຍ (sa bāi), ສະບາຽ (sa bāi), ສຸກໃຈ (suk chai), ສຸຂີ (su khī), ໜຳ (nam), ສຸຂາ (su khā), ສຳຣານ (sam rān), ສຳຮານ (sam hān), ນິຣາໄມ (ni rā mai), ນິລາໄມ (ni lā mai), ແຮງຫັນ (hǣng han), ກຶ້ດ (kưt), ນິລາພາດ (ni lā phāt), ນິຣາພາດ (ni rā phāt), ຕຸ້ຍເກິ່ງ (tu nya kœng), ຕຸ້ຽເກິ່ງLatin: sanus (l.a.)

Latvian: vesels, veselīgs

Lithuanian: sveikas (lt)

Lombard: san

Macedonian: здрав m (zdrav)

Malay: sihat, segar

Maori: tūhauora

Mizo: hrisël

Mongolian: please add this translation if you may

Norwegian:

Bokmål: frisk (no), karsk, sunn (no)

Occitan: san (oc)

Old Church Slavonic:

Cyrillic: съдравъ (sŭdravŭ)

Glagolitic: ⱄⱏⰴⱃⰰⰲⱏ (sŭdravŭ)

Ossetian: please upload this translation if you could

Persian: تندرست‎ (fa) (tandorost), درواخ‎ (fa) (dorvâx)

Polish: zdrowy (pl) m

Portuguese: saudável (pt) m or f, são (pt) m

Romanian: sănătos (ro)

Romansch: saun, san, sàn, sang

Russian: здоро́вый (ru) (zdoróvyj)

Sanskrit: कल्य (sa) (kalya), स्वस्थ (sa) (svastha), नीरोग (sa) (nīrōga)

Sardinian: sanu

Scots: hailsome

Scottish Gaelic: fallain

Serbo-Croatian:

Cyrillic: здра̏в

Roman: zdrȁv (sh)

Sinhalese: please add this translation if you can

Slovak: zdravý

Slovene: zdrav (sl)

Spanish: sano (es) m, salubre (es)

Swedish: frisk (sv)

Thai: แข็งแรง (th) (kɛ̌ng-rɛɛng)

Turkish: sağlıklı (tr)

Turkmen: salaamatly

Tuvan: кадык (kadık), кадыкшылдыг (kadıkşıldıg)

Ukrainian: здоро́вий (zdoróvyj)

Urdu: نیروگ‎ (nirōg), صحت مند‎ (sēhat-mand)

Venetian: san

Vietnamese: khỏe mạnh (vi)

Welsh: iach (cy)

Middle Welsh: yach

Zulu: -philaThe translations below want to be checked and inserted above into the precise translation tables, disposing of any numbers. Numbers do now not always in shape those in definitions. See commands at Wiktionary:Entry layout § Translations.

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Further reading[edit]

healthy in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913.

healthful in The Century Dictionary, New York, N.Y.: The Century Co., 1911.

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