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Etymology: from the early 13th century, "a feeling of pleasure and delight" came from Old French joie which came from Latin gaudia, gaudium, "joy" from gaudere, "to rejoice".
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(Greek: joy, delight, gladness)
(Latin: feeling of pleasure and delight; joy, rejoice)
(Greek: pleasure, joy, and being happy)
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(Middle English: pleasure, joy, laughter; pleasing, delightful; merry, merrily)
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Erin McKean presents a speech titled: "The Joy of Lexicography"
Filmed at TED: Technology, Entertainment and Design, March, 2007.

Click on this link: Erin McKean was able to launch Wordnik, thanks to her TED Talk.

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The 106-year-old Virginia McLaurin, an African-American, was very excited to meet the Obamas in the White House and she was dancing with joy.

Ms. McLaurin was invited as part of a Black History Month celebration. “I thought I would never live to get into the White House and I tell you I am so happy to have a black president,” she said to the smiling Barack Obama and the first lady, Michelle Obama.

Click on this link: to see the video posted by the White House as Virginia McLaurin opens her arms wide and greets Obama with an excited "Hi!".

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