1. charmingly or exquisitely beautiful.
2. having a beauty that appeals to the heart or mind as well as to the eye, as a person or a face.
3. delightful; highly pleasing: to have a lovely time.
4. of a great moral or spiritual beauty.
5. Informal: a beautiful woman, especially a show girl.
6. any person or thing that is pleasing, highly satisfying, or the like.
7. very well; splendidly.
Etymology: from Middle English luvelich, Old English luflīc, “amiable”.
sometimes i think i miss high school and then..this is pretty accurate
one time i was in class in middle school and i was eating a beef jerky slim jim and the teacher said “stop eating that unless you have enough to share” so i pulled out a box of 200 slim jims (from costco of course) and the teacher fucking confiscated it.
fortune-telling or divination via a deck of cards.
Etymology: from French cartomancie, from carte, "card" (from Latin charta, from Ancient Greek khártēs, “paper, papyrus”) + -mancie (from Greek manteía, “divination”).