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Is tepid warmer than lukewarm?

Tepid means neither hot nor cold…or about room temperature. In fact, tepid is a synonym for lukewarm, because lukewarm is used to mean neither hot nor cold. If you run warm water on your wrist and it feels slightly warmer than your body temperature (but not hot), then that’s probably close to lukewarm.


Also know, what is the difference between warm and lukewarm?

As adjectives the difference between lukewarm and warm is that lukewarm is of a temperature between warm and cool while warm is having a temperature slightly higher than usual, but still pleasant; a mild temperature.

Similarly, where does lukewarm come from? It comes from an Old English adjective hléow that has modern relatives in Dutch and German. It may be linked to hlēo, shelter or lee, and also to another Old English word meaning debilitated that developed into lew, weak or wan. To be lukewarm is to be only weakly warm, tepid.

Subsequently, question is, how warm is lukewarm?

between 98 and 105 degrees Fahrenheit

Is room temperature cold or hot?


Pharm. Eur. USP
Cold 8°C – 15°C <8°C
Cool 8°C – 15°C 8°C – 15°C
Room temperature 15°C – 25°C “temperature prevailing in a work area”
Controlled room temperature 20°C – 25°C excursions between 15°C and 30°C are allowed


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