FERV'ENT, adjective [Latin fervens, from ferveo, to be hot, to boil, to glow.]
1. Hot; boiling; as a fervent summer; fervent blood.
2. Hot in temper; vehement.
They are fervent to dispute.
3. Ardent; very warm; earnest; excited; animated; glowing; as fervent zeal; fervent piety.
Fervent in spirit. Romans 12:11.