Agreeableness: Pleasantness resulting from agreeable (to one's own liking) condition.
Benevolence: Desire to do good to others; goodwill; charitableness.
Compassion: A deep awareness of and sympathy for another's suffering.
Courtesy: Excellence of manners or social conduct; polite behavior.
Devotion: Profound dedication; earnest attachment to a cause, person etc.
Dignity: Poise and self respect.
Diligence: Earnest and persistent application to an undertaking; steady effort.
Discretion: Quality to act or judge on one's own.
Ethical: Conforming to accepted standards of social or professional behavior.
Fortitude: Strength of mind that enables one to endure adversity with courage.
Graciousness: Pleasantly kind, benevolent, and courteous.
Gratitude: A feeling of thankfulness and appreciation.
Humility: The quality or condition of being humble.
Humor: A comic, absurd, or incongruous quality causing amusement.
Idealism: The cherishing or pursuit of high or noble principles, purposes, or goals.
Impartiality: Fair, just, unbiased.
Integrity: An undivided or unbroken completeness or totality with nothing wanting.
Leniency: Showing or characterized by mercy or tolerance.
Magnanimity: Extremely liberal and generous of spirit.
Mercy: Compassionate or kindly forbearance esp. of those under one's power.
Modesty: Freedom from vanity or conceit.
Morality: Conformity to the rules of right conduct; moral or virtuous conduct.
Nobility: Nobleness of mind, character, or spirit; exalted moral excellence.
Perseverance: Steady persistence in adhering to a course of action, a belief, or a purpose.
Probity: Integrity and uprightness; honesty.
Prudence: Discretion in practical affairs.
Reverence: A feeling of profound respect for someone or something.
Tranquility: Quality or state of being calmness; peacefulness; quiet; serenity.
Wholesome: Conducive to or characteristic of physical or moral well-being.
Zeal: Enthusiastic devotion to a cause, ideal, or goal and tireless diligence in its furtherance
Group 2: Words related to Animals
The animal world is one which fills delight in the most cynical of hearts. From the countless dog lovers to those who appreciate nature, there are countless fans of animals in this world. In a world with countless types of animals, the English language has done its bit in imbibing words into the language that make a reference to animals. Given below are 15 such words, based on various animals and their qualities:
Bovine-an ox, cow, or related animal; having ox like qualities; slow, dull, stupid, or stolid.
Equine-a horse; of, like, or a characteristic of a horse.
Feline-of or relating to cats
Hircine-of or characteristic of a goat, especially in strong odor or lustfulness.
Leonine-of, pertaining to, or characteristic of a lion.