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jocundity (s) (noun), jocundities (pl)
1. The state or an instance of being funny; gaiety.
2. A joking remark or act.
3. Etymology: from Old French jocond, from Latin jocundus, "variant" (influenced by jocus, "joke") of jucundus, "pleasant"; originally "helpful", contraction of juvicundus, from juvare, "to please, to benefit, to help".
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