Main Entry: be·nign
Etymology: Middle English benigne, from Anglo-French, from Latin benignus, from bene + gignere to beget -- more at KIN
1 : of a gentle disposition : GRACIOUS
2 a : showing kindness and gentleness
3 a : of a mild type or character that does not threaten health or life; especially : not becoming cancerous b : having no significant effect : HARMLESS
Could be worse, I guess.