having, showing, or proceeding from a benevolent disposition
or spirit; kindhearted: kindly people.
gentle or mild, as rule or laws.
pleasant, agreeable, or benign: kindly climate.
favorable, as soil for crops.
cordially or heartily: We thank you kindly.
obligingly; please: Would you kindly close the door?
with liking; favorably: to take kindly to an idea.
is always a great word to know.
So is interrobang. Does it mean:
Origin: before 900; Middle English kyndly
(adj. and adv.), Old English gecyndelīc
naturally; see kind1