This days task: Grace


Full of Grace– Forgiving, understanding others and my own brokenness, natural ease in life

Grace Kelly

grace2 [greis] noun
a sense of what is right
Example: At least he had the grace to leave after his dreadful behaviour.

Arabic: فَضيلَه، نِعْمَه
Chinese (Simplified): 通情达理
Chinese (Traditional): 通情達理
Czech: slušnost
Danish: være anstændig nok
Estonian: sündsustunne
Finnish: säädyllisyyden taju
French: politesse
German: der Anstand
Greek: ευπρέπεια
Hungarian: jóindulat
Icelandic: sómakennd
Indonesian: kesopanan
Italian: cortesia
Japanese: たしなみ
Korean: 장점
Latvian: pieklājība; takts
Lithuanian: padorumas, taktas
Norwegian: sømmelighetsfølelse
Polish: wyczucie
Portuguese (Brazil): decoro
Portuguese (Portugal): gentileza
Romanian: tact, politeţe
Russian: приличие; такт
Slovak: slušnosť
Slovenian: vljudnost
Spanish: delicadeza, cortesía, gentileza, decoro, detalle
Swedish: anständighet, vett
Turkish: nezaket


n.  

  1. Seemingly effortless beauty or charm of movement, form, or proportion.
  2. A characteristic or quality pleasing for its charm or refinement.
  3. A sense of fitness or propriety.
    1. A disposition to be generous or helpful; goodwill.
    2. Mercy; clemency.
    3. Divine love and protection bestowed freely on people.
    4. The state of being protected or sanctified by the favor of God.
    5. An excellence or power granted by God.
  4. A favor rendered by one who need not do so; indulgence.
  5. A temporary immunity or exemption; a reprieve.
  6. Graces Greek & Roman Mythology Three sister goddesses, known in Greek mythology as Aglaia, Euphrosyne, and Thalia, who dispense charm and beauty.
    1. Divine love and protection bestowed freely on people.
    2. The state of being protected or sanctified by the favor of God.
    3. An excellence or power granted by God.
  7. A short prayer of blessing or thanksgiving said before or after a meal.
  8. Grace Used with His, Her, or Your as a title and form of address for a duke, duchess, or archbishop.
  9. Music An appoggiatura, trill, or other musical ornanment in the music of 16th and 17th century England.
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One thought on “This days task: Grace

  1. I love the makeover of the blog look – VERY classy! And the content is even better! Wow — style AND substance! You go, girl!

    luv, daddyo

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