These little round viruses, though, have proven all too hardy and extremely transmissible.
This typically translates to a blowout and an Ed hardy t-shirt.
“The hardy Boys, Edgar Allan Poe, the Nero Wolfe books in high school,” he said.
c.1200, "bold, daring, fearless," from Old French hardi, from past participle of hardir "to harden, be or make bold," from Frankish *hardjan, from Proto-Germanic *hardjan "to make hard" (cf. Old Frisian herda, Old High German herten, Old Norse herða, Gothic gahardjan "make hard;" see hard). Sense influenced by English hard. Related: Hardily; hardiness. Hardhede "physical hardiness" is attested from early 15c.