LIST OF NICE WORDS A to Z

Positive Words Research has compiled a resource representing a list of nice words starting with every letter of the alphabet. This nice word list is made for every letter from A to Z.

Find below a list of nice words with more than 500 beautiful words. Use this list of good words in alphabetical order to inspire yourself for your amazing projects.

LIST OF NICE WORDS

Nice words that start with A

absolutely adored appreciative
abundance adventure appreciative joy
abundant affirmative approve
acceptance affluent aptitude
accepted agree art of stillness
acclaimed agreeable astounding
accomplish allowing attractive
accomplishment altruistic authentic
achievement amazing aware
action angelic awareness
active appealing awe 
admire appreciated awesome
adorable appreciation awesomeness

Nice words that start with B

balance best bounty
beaming blessings brave
beatitude bliss bravo
beautiful blissful bright
beauty blissfulness brilliant
believe blossom bubbly
beloved bold
beneficial bountiful

Nice words that start with C

calm cheerful composed
candor cheerfulness confident
capable cheery congratulation
carefulness cherished connection
caring choice consciousness
celebrated clarity constant
celebration classic content
centered classical contentment
certain clean cool
champ clear courage
champion closeness courageous
change collaboration creative
charismatic comfort creativity
charm comfortable cute
charming compassion

Nice words that start with D

dazzled delight distinguished
dazzling delightful divine
decisive desire dynamic
delicious devotion

Nice words that start with E

eager enchanting esteemed
earnest encouraging eternal
ease endless eternity
easy endorsed ethereal
ecstatic energetic ethical
effective energized excellent
effervescent energy excited
efficient engaging exciting
effortless enlightened exhilarated
electrifying enlightenment expanded
elegant enlivened expansive
eloquence enough exquisite
empathy enthusiasm extraordinary
empower enthusiastic exuberant
empowered equality
enchanted essential

Nice words that start with F

fabulous fidelity freedom
fair fine free-spirited
faith fitting fresh
familiar flourishing fricky
famous flow friendly
fantastic flowing friendship
fascinating focused fulfilled
favorable forgiveness fun
fearless forgiving fun-loving
feeling good fortunate funny
fetching free

Nice words that start with G

generosity glorious graceful
generous glory gracious
genial glow grateful
genius glowing gratitude
genuine goddess great
gift good green
giving good health grin
glad goodness grounded
glamorous gorgeous growing
glamour grace growth

Nice words that start with H

handsome heartfelt high-spirited
happiness heartfull holy
happy heartwarming honest
happy-hearted hearty honesty
harmonious heaven honorable
harmony heavenly honored
healing heavenly joy hope
health helpful hopeful
healthy helpfulness hug

Nice words that start with I

idea inner peace intellectual
ideal innovate intelligence
imagination innovation intelligent
imaginative innovative intuitive
imagine inspiration intuitiveness
impressive inspirational inventive
incredible inspired inventiveness
independent instant invigorated
ineffable instantaneous invincible
infinity instinctive irresistible

Nice words that start with J

jazzed joy jubilant
jolly joyful juicy
jovial joyous

Nice words that start with K

kalon kind-heart knowing
keen kindness knowledge
kind kissable knowledgeable

Nice words that start with L

laugh longevity lucid
learned lovable luck
legendary love lucky
liberty loved luminous
life lovely luxurious
light loving luxury
liveliness loving acceptance
lively loving-kindness

Nice words that start with M

magic meaning mindsight
magic blisfulness meaningful miracle
magical memorable miraculous
magnificent merit motivating
marvelous meritorious moving
masterful mind-blowing
mastery mindful

Nice words that start with N

namaste non-resistant nurture
natural nourish nurtured
nice nourished nurturing
nirvana novel nutritious
noble now

Nice words that start with O

okay open-minded original
one openness originality
oneness optimism outstanding
open optimistic owning-my-power
open-hearted opulent

Nice words that start with P

paradise pleasurable pretty
passionate plentiful priceless
patience poised principled
peace polished productive
peaceful popular progress
perfect positive prominent
perfection positive energy prosperity
permalicious positive thoughts protected
phenomenal power proud
playful powerful pure
playfull precious pure love and light
pleasant prepared

Nice words that start with Q

quality
quick
quiet
quietness

Nice words that start with R

radiant rejoice resounding
ravishing rejuvenated resourcefulness
readiness relaxed respected
ready reliable restored
reassuring relieved reward
receptive remarkable rewarding
refined renewed right
refreshed resilience righteousness
refreshing resilient robust

Nice words that start with S

sacred skillful strong
safe smile stunning
satisfactory soul stupendous
satisfied soulful sublime
secure soulmate success
secured sparkles successful
seemly sparkling sunniness
self-accepting special sunny
self-love spectacular super
sensational spirit superb
serene spirited supercalifragilistic
serenity spiritual supporting
shining splendid surprising
simple stirring sustained
skilled strength sweet

Nice words that start with T

tender thrilling transforming
tenderness thriving trusting
terrific tops truthful
thankful tranquil truthfulness
thorough tranquility
thrilled transformative

Nice words that start with U

unbelievable unlimited upbeat
understanding unreal uplifted
unfuckwitable unshakeable upright
unique unwavering upstanding
unity up

Nice words that start with V

valuable victory vital
valued vigorous vitality
vibrant vim vivacious
victorious virtuous

Nice words that start with W

warm well wonderful
warmheartedness whole wondrous
wealth wholeheartedly worthiness
wealthy wholesome worthy
welcome willing wow
welcomed wise

Nice words that start with X

xoxo

Nice words that start with Y

yay
yes
yippee
young-at-heart
youthful
yummy

Nice words that start with Z

zappy
zeal
zealous
zestful
zing

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Ten Positive Words For 2020

POSITIVE WORDS FOR 2020

Positive words for 2020 is an article that I think is very much needed in the current situation with the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19.

Based on Positive Words Research analysis of nice words for 2020 to think, so that we can successfully match the current situation, we have discovered some interesting inspiring words.

Our research started by analyzing the negative feelings and emotions that emerged worldwide after the start of the coronavirus COVID-19 epidemy.

Mainly, we have seen an increase in doubt, greed, panic, anxiety, lots of fear, hate, and anger. Also, we have noticed that there was an increase in verbal bullying, especially on social media.

This being said, we have come up with the following list of ten positive words for 2020:

1. HOPE

Hope cultivated correctly is one of the antidots for doubt, together with ease and optimism. It is also said that hope is one of the essentials foods that we need as humans. There are four essential different types of food that we need in order to survive and thrive:

  • The first type of food is “bitten food”; this is the physical food – anything that can be bitten and chewed, like a piece of apple;
  • The second type of food is sleep;
  • The third food is hope, and ancient books describe it as such. A horse strayed into the Sahara, in the desert, and wandered the sands for several days in search of water. Even when he is ready to die of thirst, he smells of water; he crawls on his knees over a hill and sees down an oasis with a small freshwater lake. The idea is – no matter how close the end is – the horse will be able to reach the water. Maybe his body is weak, but the hope is enough to sustain him for the last hundred yards. Hope keeps him on his feet, as we all do.
  • The fourth food simply consists of uninterrupted moments of concentration.

The above four types of food are specified in Geshe Michael Roach – “Love Karma”, pages 150-151.

2. GENEROSITY

Generosity is one of the antidotes for greed, together with altruism, benevolence, self-restraint, and unselfishness.

Making sure that every day you feel generous is the base for prosperity, abundance, financial freedom. Having all the money you need when you needed it comes from a feeling of generosity. You feel the power of the feeling of generosity when you think that all that you need is more than you need it and it is always at your disposal.

Some higher thoughts of generosity will appear in your mind when you convince yourself that you can be paid by being you and there is money for you in the world like the oxygen. Some lower thoughts of generosity, but also very efficient, will come to you if you just believe that you have and you will always have more than enough. Believe that life will always take care of anything you need.

3. LOVING-KINDNESS

Surprisingly, loving-kindness is one of the antidotes for panic, together with self-relief and body movement. Loving-kindness is a difficult feeling to feel, especially to feel it every day and choose it every moment, when needed. Monks practice embodying loving-kindness for years, through many actions that they take every day. But even at a lower level, loving-kindness has tremendous benefits on your mind and body.

Loving-kindness is more than kindness. It is said that if you want to really feel what love is, then practice kindness for two years, then loving-kindness for another two years, then you are ready to practice Love. This practice is done in three ways: towards yourself, towards other people and towards life (the entire existence as it is). Be kind to yourself, to other people and to life as it shows right now.

4. CENTERDNESS

Centeredness is one of the antidotes for anxiety, together with self-relief and body movement. Centeredness is again something challenging to do, especially in these times. Some people center themselves in the center of the Earth, of course through visualization. You can do it too. Just imagine that you are connected with a golden light full of pure unconditional love in the center of Earth.

Besides centering yourself on the Planet Earth, I suggest centering your mind and heart in something higher than Earth. This can be done through a combination of connecting with your higher self, with the six Dimension (the formless dimension full of unconditional love) as it is done in theta healing, with the Holy Trinity (Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ, God) as it is done in Christianity and many other divine connections as they exist in every culture.

No matter how you connect with a divine higher force (power, grace) is perfect. What I want to draw attention upon is for you to do it. It’s more important, not how you do it, but to just do it. Keep your mind focused (connected) on that higher power, no matter how you define it or believe in it.

5. BRAVERY

Bravery is another word for courage and it is one of the antidotes for fear, together with action and fearlessness. Have courage in these difficult times, be brave. Easily said, harder to be done when fear is knocking on your door. But humans are stronger and more courageous than they know. Due to our modern facilities, we have become comfortable in many ways. When our modern facilities are threatened, our comfort gets disturbed.

But we are not machines to operate only in a certain way. We are humans and there are many strong qualities and abilities in us, that are only dormant. Wake up your human abilities and be amazed by how brave you really are. Inspire yourself to have the courage and you will inspire other people to have courage too.

6. APPRECIATION

Appreciation, believe it or not, is one of the antidotes for hate, together with gentle love and goodwill.

I think a lot of verbal bullying comes from the lack of a temporary ability of one person to appreciate. First, this situation occurs because the person lacks education and does not know how to practice the art of appreciation. Surprisingly, based on the research I’ve done through my Positive Words Research project, this is the main reason why people don’t appreciate more. Second, this situation occurs because people did not train themselves to be strong in their choice between appreciation and bullying/hating/criticizing.

I strongly believe that practicing the art of appreciation can stop bullying, self-hatred, hating others, self-criticizing or criticizing others.

7. ACCEPTANCE

Acceptance and mainly “acceptance of what is” is one of the antidotes for anger, together with humbleness and forgiveness. The faster you accept what is, the faster you cool yourself down, even before you caught fire. Not catching fire is the secret of winning over anger.

Some say that anger is good, it’s transforming energy. Anger makes you change things. A lot of people change the material world with the energy of anger. I agree that anger is good. But I need to point something out and it is very important.

In the scale of consciousness, Dr. David Hawkins presents, below anger, the lower energies of shame, guilt, apathy, grief, fear, and desire. Therefore if you find yourself in a state of apathy, then anger is good because you will get yourself out of apathy and raise your vibration. Same, if you find yourself in a state of fear, then anger again is good.

Then again, on the same scale of consciousness, the same doctor presents, above anger, the feelings of pride, courage, neutrality, willingness, acceptance, reason, love, joy, peace and enlightenment. If you find yourself at the level of reason and you let yourself feel the anger then you significantly drop in vibration and consciousness. Also, please notice that acceptance is a state above anger. Therefore in order for you to reach the acceptance stage, you need to let go of anger.

8. EMBRACING VULNERABILITY

Embracing vulnerability is one of the antidotes for shame, together with audaciousness and self-worth.

Brene Brown has made amazing research on vulnerability and she briefly explains her research on her viral TEDx talk “The Power of Vulnerability”. Among her many conclusions, she also states: “Vulnerability is the birthplace of innovation, creativity, and change.”

Yes, change is scary. But, also, change is constant. Change is security. You can always trust that change will happen. In the middle of change, when change is happening remember: This too shall pass… this too shall change.

9. FRIENDSHIP

Maybe surprisingly for some people, but friendship is one of the antidotes for boredom, together with fun and playfulness. We like to be friends with people we like. We like to be friends with people with whom we have things in common.

How about expanding our boundaries and starting showing friendship to people we never thought we could be friends with. For example with people from other countries or people from the same country as you, who are returning home. No need to make a spectacular contribution, just small acts of kindness. Like a good welcome comment on a social network, or an encouragement of some kind. Empathy helps you a lot in friendship.

10. CONTENTMENT

Contentment is one of the antidotes for helplessness, together with serenity and ease. Contentment is a little more than thankfulness and less than gratitude, joy or happiness. But it helps a lot. It has a lot to do with being thankful for what you have, but is actually, being content with what you have. A little smile on your face is an ingredient of contentment.

I remember one of the smallest types of meditation that I learned at one point in my life “Sit, don’t talk, smile”. In this meditation: sit still, don’t speak with your mouth, smile and mentally scan all the organs in your body. This is contentment.

Well, I hope you found some inspiration to help you get through these challenging times.

Meditate upon the positive words in this list and try to implement small actions in your life. In this way, these powerful words will become antidots for negative feelings and emotions. For yourself and the people around you.

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How To Get More Scholarships

College isn’t cheap. It’s a serious investment that can have a wonderful return. If you are concerned about finding money for college, you have options. You can apply for grants, grab yourself a loan or two, or look for scholarships.

Looking for scholarships can be a challenge because there are so many out there, and the application processes are usually pretty involving. It takes work to track down a scholarship that you qualify for. Once you find one, you have to put together an application package with essays, forms and transcripts. This whole process can seem a bit tedious, but when you consider the possible benefits, it really makes sense try.

Here are some tips for getting scholarship money for college:

Start early. Begin applying for college scholarships immediately after you complete the seventh grade. Okay, so that might be a little bit too early to start applying, but it’s never to early to start pondering. If you have athletic abilities, hone them and use them as a tool to pay for school. If you’re good at music or art or writing or making films or anything, find a way to get paid for being special and creative. So if there is a requirement to get complete your task and if need assistance then here you can get  cheapessay.net/.

Use the Internet to search the world for scholarships. There’s millions of dollars in aid to be had, but you have to apply for it. Look a little bit every day, andif you find a scholarship that you can apply for, don’t hesitate. Get yourapplication in immediately.

Look for scholarships while in high school. You’re going to need to have funding lined up for you when you get to college. Utilize your time in high school wisely, so that by the time you get to school, you already have plenty of funding options on the table.

Check out your universities scholarship programs. Find out what scholarships are specific to your college and major. If a former student set up a fund to helpkids in your situation, you better know about it and turn in an application.

See if your employer offers any scholarships. Get a job at a fast food place and apply for their corporate dollars. The business will have nice press, and you will have a nice check.

If you don’t get to go to school for free, it’s not the end of the world, but its also not the end of your scholarship search. Keep looking for ways to reduce the financial burdens of college. Always keep searching, and you’re bound to find something that you qualify for. If you apply and get rejected, use it as motivation. If you let the disappointment get to you, you’ll forget how proactive about your life this whole scholarship search has made you.

10 Amazingly Positive Words from Sweden

Sweden is a state with a rich culture and tradition. The friendly people, the care of the environment and the cultivation of traditions and customs are among the main features that characterize this place. With rare natural beauty and the sights that Sweden has to offer, it certainly impresses us to visit this place. But not only nature but also the Swedish language is very characteristic and sounds pretty good. Maybe it’s far from English, but visitors are quickly taught some of the most useful words and fall in love with them.

10 Amazingly Positive Words From Sweden

In case you’re looking for wild nature loaded up with mountains, trees, lakes, and creatures. Learn to expect the unexpected. Sweden is extraordinary compared to other spots to encounter it. Altogether, there are 29 national parks. Heading off to a city? No stresses, each town is near nature. Try not to stress in case you suppose “what the hell is a crayfish party?" It’s one of our one of a kind conventions in Sweden, and fundamentally, we influence decorations, to set up a massive plate with crayfish, put on our crayfish caps and a napkin, singing senseless tunes that we wrap up by drinking our favorite schnapps. Swedish people are strict to timelines and their schedule. Many online companies who provide fast services such as EssayOnTime are widely known and used by Swedes.

The Swedish people are known for their optimism and positivity and have become part of their culture. Undoubtedly, in this respect, the use of positive words has affected. Here will be ten of the most positive words in Swedish.

Fika

As you most likely know, fika is a Swedish word for a cafe and cake break. You can have a fika with a companion, a relative or a partner. You can likewise get approached to go for a fika by somebody who likes you, or somebody. As you most likely know, fika is a Swedish word for an espresso and cake break. You can have a fika with a companion, a relative or a partner. You can likewise get approached to go for a fika by somebody who likes you, or somebody you’ve just laid down with (yet maybe scarcely addressed). If the entire thing sounds confounding – it is. However, in case you’re sure you are being hit on, the word for this is ragga.e you’ve just laid down with (yet maybe scarcely addressed). If the entire thing sounds confounding – it is. Be that as it may, in case you’re sure you are being hit on, the word for this is ragga.

Sugen

In Swedish it’s called sugen and is, as should be obvious, material to nearly anything. A Google look proposes, notwithstanding the previously mentioned models: sugen på golf, sugen på att ha en shetlandsponny, sugen på att julpynta and sugen på rött hår (which reveals to us that Swedes on the web are probably going to have a craving for playing golf, raising Shetland horses, setting up Christmas beautifications or having red hair). Be that as it may, the most widely recognized approach to put the word to utilize is the point at which you’re discussing nourishment and beverages, i.e., Jag är sugen på glass (I incline that frozen yogurt). It additionally comes in many useful compound varieties, for example, kaffesugen, godissugen or shoppingsugen (feeling like espresso, treat, shopping).

Läget?

This is a short phrase what we call it in English what’s up. However, there is a much more comprehensive understanding of the location when we want to ask someone. It is more a form of expression or greeting, and it is not used as a question form.

Soft, nice

These descriptive words are incredible for the numerous events when a straightforward bra or trevligt (great, extraordinary) isn’t sufficient, which is — if you ask anybody under 40 — quite often. Swedes utilize the English descriptive words “decent,” “cool,” and, all the more shockingly, “delicate” a great deal. Delicate in Swedish, in any case, has little to do with sensations or materials, and more to do with a sentiment of fulfillment, and it is used for good times in general.

Fett

Fett, actually “fat,” is utilized when something is marvelous, and decent has gone up against the capacity of a general response to any positive proclamation. The word “fett" is usually used by teenagers and young people aged between 20-30 years.

Liksom

Likson is closer to “like” in English when utilized as sentence fillers. Moreover, if you need to depict your date from the previous evening in a persuading Swedish manner, also it is unformal so probably you won’t learn it in school or language course.

Asså

Asså said just without anyone else’s input has additionally turned into the ideal articulation for anything which is just stunning. On the off chance that you and your companion saw — I don’t know — a motorcade of rollerblading jokesters, you’d trade a look and say “Assåå… ” And when your companion sends you an unbelievable picture of yourself from the previous evening, you may very well react with “Asså.”

Jag säger inget, så har jag ingenting sagt

This is one of the Swedish expressions that take advantage of the Swedish mind superior to anything. Dodge strife and remain quiet while somebody is disclosing to you what they think about something, at that point slip in a rude comment about really having a supposition, however, hush up about this assessment, since you would prefer not to make a dålig stämning (awful time).

Det är en dag imorgon också

This is used as a form of hope to find that it is still tomorrow. It’s in the way where optimism and positivity are shown. It is a widely used phrase.

Alltsa

These Swedish fillers regularly compare to “like,” however are unexpectedly utilized a bit. For instance, when you don’t yet know how you need to begin your sentence, yet you realize that you have the desire to talk, say alltså (regularly articulated “asså”)

The Swedish language is broad and unique. We can get many words as they sound like international and can use them. Swedish language and culture also serve as a source to learn more about cultural positivity and diversity.

About the Author

Serena Dorf is an enthusiastic content writer in Los Angeles. She is thirsty for knowledge and is always on the lookout for amazing writing tips to share with her readers. In her free time, she is reading classic American literature and learning Swedish. Feel free to connect with her on Twitter.

10 Most Positive Words Of Different Languages

There is an old adage that claims: “The number of languages you know is the number of people you are worth." Just imagine how incredibly valuable is it to know the most positive words in any language! The people who created The Word Point (website for translation of 40+ languages) certainly know the importance of this, so you can even contribute by translating your own!

Inspired by their example, this time around we have compiled together an amazing list of ten most positive words of different languages. They are a magical example of how people around the globe create a beautiful vocabulary to express the beautiful ideas and feelings that are the building blocks of their world.

10 Most Positive Words Of Different Languages

10 Most Positive Words Of Different Languages

Pirgun (Hebrew): this is one of those feelings that make people who feel them truly exceptional humans. If you are feeling “pirgun" (also sometimes encountered as “firgun"), it means that you are feeling great happiness and deep pride for someone else’s accomplishment, without being jealous or holding a grudge against them. It is certainly a very positive feeling and one we should all be able to develop.

Morgenfrisk (Danish): as you might be able to guess from its spelling, this is a morning word – “morgenfrisk" describes that lovely feeling of being completely rested after a good night’s sleep. Considering how fast-paced our modern world is, it is nice to know that people still notice and appreciate this little joy in life!

Solarfri (Icelandic): this word denotes a very peculiar little holiday. In Iceland, employees might be unexpectedly given a free afternoon, or the entire day off, when the weather is particularly sunny and warm. Imagine being given time off work just to enjoy the sunshine! If that does not make for a positive office life, then nothing does.

Retrouvailles (French): This is a word for a reunion (with your family or your loved ones) after being apart for a long time. Even more than the English “reunion", it also carries the meaning of a wonderful surprise: literally, it means “rediscovery".

Ukiyo-e (Japanese): the literal translation of this word, “floating world", will probably convey nothing to the mind of a non-Japanese person. However, it is brimming with positive philosophy. Ukiyo-e describes a person who lives in the present moment and lets all the minor distractions and life’s little grievances just roll right out of their field of attention. These people appreciate every minute and never take anything for granted.

Forelsket (Norwegian): this word has been invented to describe one very particular feeling, or rather a phase of a feeling. It is meant to pinpoint that odd giddiness you get along the way to falling in love – when you are already past the stage of having a crush on the person, but you still have not reached the point of actually saying “I love you."

Cafune (Brazillian Portugese): yet another wonderful word inspired by love, this refers to the act of tenderly running your fingers through your lover’s hair.

Shinrin-yoku (Japanese): yes, this is a single word. The Japanese have come up with a name for the activity of going into the woods in order to calm down your mind and soothe yourself when the going gets tough. The literal translation would be “forest bathing".

Zindabad (Urdu): This is a word of Persian origin. It is mostly used as a cheer, but it has another lovely little use: if you say it right after a person’s name, it turns into a well-wishing expression, a way to wish someone longevity and health, and it literally means “long live."

Sonrisa (Spanish): sounds oddly similar to “sunrise", right? However, the actual meaning of the word is “smile". This is probably not a coincidence since they both definitely bring light and warmth to people’s days.

Perhaps somewhat surprisingly, people around the globe reserve their most positive vocabulary for the small things in life: a nice day, spending time with family, or just smiling. It goes to show that no matter what may be happening in the world, we never really forget what the important things are. The Danish “hyggelig", roughly translated as “coziness", is a wonderful example of this which recently took the Internet by storm. Do you have your own candidate for the “most positive word" in your language? Let us know!

Erica Sunarjo graduated from South Texas College majoring in Marketing and Creative Writing. She used her knowledge to make a difference in the realm of business copywriting and invested heavily in traveling and language learning. At present, Erica is fluent in French and Spanish, studying Chinese and working her way to being a multilingual copywriter. She keeps track of the latest trends in IT and technologies, blogs about efficient strategies in education and business coaching, holds educational webinars.