Joy ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Joy ( noun )

  1. A feeling of great pleasure and happiness.
  2. Something or someone that one is particularly happy or pleased with.

Origin:

Old english gieoge, gioge, of germanic origin; related to dutch and german geuogen, also to young.

Examples:

  1. The joy of the holiday season is seeing family and friends.
  2. The birth of her child brought her great joy.
  3. The concert was a source of joy for the music lover.
  4. The joy of victory was short-lived as they quickly realized the true cost.
  5. The joy of discovery is what drives scientific research.

(As a verb)

Joy ( verb )

  1. A feeling of great pleasure and happiness.
  2. Something or someone that one is particularly happy or pleased with.

Origin:

Old english gieoge, gioge, of germanic origin; related to dutch and german geuogen, also to young.

Examples:

  1. The joy of the holiday season is seeing family and friends.
  2. The birth of her child brought her great joy.
  3. The concert was a source of joy for the music lover.
  4. The joy of victory was short-lived as they quickly realized the true cost.
  5. The joy of discovery is what drives scientific research.
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