Tepid, only slightly warm; lukewarm.
Expression – stated to denote hot and humid weather.
Hot and dry southernly wind usually carrying sand from North Africa.
Dry hot air.
Proverb: ‘When the flowers start to bloom, the heat starts to increase.’
Hot water bottle.
Geyser, (both hot spring and electrical appliance)
As hot as hell.
A. To be warmed up, to warm oneself up. B. To get angry, excited.
Calorimeter is an object used for calorimetry, or the process of measuring the heat of chemical reactions or physical changes as well as heat capacity.
burning hot; scorching.
Convector: a heating appliance that circulates warm air by convection.
Proverb: ‘South easternly wind, when you prick the donkey – how it will dance!’ – everybody feels irritable when then the wind blows from the south east.
Idiom: ‘a sun that fries bread’ – stated to denote a blazing sun and extreme heat.
Expression: literal translation: ‘a sun which scorches anchors’ – stated of a very hot sun.
An act of baking, heating, scorching.
Any device that heats or retains heat – a stove, oven, warmer etc.
Burning sensation, scorching, inflammation.
Scorched, dried, piccante.
Heat one feels in his blood for example during a fever, or itching caused by a rash, irritation.