carus, cara

(Latin: beloved, loved; dearly, dear; high-priced, costly; valued)

From Latin carus (masculine), cara (feminine), carum (neuter)

cherishingly (adverb), more cherishingly, most cherishingly
Regarding or treating something as an object of affection or as valuable: Samuel and Sally cherishingly regarded their friendship as being very important.
cherishment (s) (noun), cherishments (pl)
Encouragement; comfort.
incharitable (adjective), more incharitable, most incharitable
Relating to being unloving or unfeeling.
uncharitable (adjective), more uncharitable, most uncharitable
1. Lacking love and generosity.
2. Harsh and severe.
3. Unfair or unkind: Why did Mary make such uncharitable remarks about Sam's failure to achieve the tennis championshiip?
uncharitableness (s) (noun) (usually no plural)
1. A lack of care or love.
2. An unfairness or unkindness.
uncharitably (adverb), more uncharitably, most uncharitably
Exhibiting or conveying no kindness or generosity.