Lepa žena, lepa devojka, lepotanka.
ETYM Old Eng. beaute, beute, Old Fren. beauté, biauté, Pr. beltat, French beauté, from an assumed Late Lat. bellitas, from Latin bellus pretty. Related to Beau.
1. An outstanding example of its kind; SYN. beaut.
2. The qualities that give pleasure to the senses.
The property of, or combination of qualities in, objects or people giving rise to pleasure or delight. The branch of philosophy that deals with beauty is esthetics.
There are various philosophical theories about beauty. It may stand for a felt or intuited quality, or for a causal property evoking a special reaction in us, or even for the expression of nonpossessive love.
ETYM French belle, fem. of bel, beau, beautiful, fine. Related to Beau.
(Homonym: bel, Bel, bell).
A young woman who is the most charming and beautiful of several rivals.
Sinonimi: peach tree | Prunus persica
ETYM Old Eng. peche, peshe, Old Fren. pesche, French pęche, from Late Lat. persia, Latin Persicum (sc. malum) a Persian apple, a peach. Related to Persian, and Parsee.
(Irregular plural: peaches).
1. Cultivated in temperate regions; SYN. peach tree, Prunus persica.
2. Downy juicy fruit with sweet yellowish or whitish flesh.
Tree Prunus persica, family Rosaceae. It has ovate leaves and small, usually pink flowers. The yellowish edible fruits have thick velvety skins; the nectarine is a smooth-skinned variety.