Cordial en

Word: cor·dial
Pronunciation of cordial: 'kor-j&l
Function of cordial: adjective
Origin of cordial: Middle English, from Medieval Latin cordialis, from Latin cord-, cor heart -- more at HEART
1 obsolete : of or relating to the heart : VITAL
2 : tending to revive, cheer, or invigorate
3 a : sincerely or deeply felt <a cordial dislike for each other> b : warmly and genially affable <cordial relations>
synonym see GRACIOUS
- cor·dial·ly /'korj-lE, 'kor-j&-/ adverb
- cor·dial·ness /'kor-j&l-n&s/ noun