Jovial (adjective)

Cheerful, good-humored, and friendly.

Origin:

From the latin word "jovialis" meaning "of or related to jupiter" the roman king of gods and the god of sky and thunder, often associated with good cheer and jollity.

Examples:

  1. He was a jovial host and made sure everyone had a good time.
  2. She had a jovial personality and was always laughing.
  3. The jovial atmosphere at the party made it a success.
  4. He was known for his jovial disposition and had many friends.
  5. The jovial old man always had a smile on his face.
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