Soothe, make an unpleasant feeling less intense. Satisfy a desire for.
Middle English: from Old French assouagier.
“Hopefully receiving the letter will assuage her fears.”
“It was an opportunity for him to assuage his desire for knowledge.”
A pale golden or tan-coloured horse or pony with a white mane and tail, originally bred in the south-western US.
Early 20th century: from Latin American Spanish, from Spanish palomino ‘young pigeon’, from Latin palumbinus ‘resembling a dove’.
Shining brightly; radiant. / (of a person or their expression) emanating joy or goodness.
Mid 18th century (earlier ( mid 17th century) as effulgence): from Latin effulgent- ‘shining brightly’, from the verb effulgere, from ex- ‘out’ + fulgere ‘to shine’.