exuber-, uber-

(Latin: come forth in abundance, grow luxuriantly; superabundance)

exuberance (s) (noun), exuberances (pl)
1. Overflowing with enthusiasm: Mr. Jenkin's exuberance for the products he was promoting on TV resulted in greater sales.
2. Joyful enthusiasm: Mr. Jackson's exuberance for the good work done by his employees encouraged them to be even more productive.
Over flowing energy and actions.
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exuberancy (s) (noun), exuberancies (pl)
An abundance; a profuse quantity; richness: Fortunately, there was an exuberance of crops on Adam's farm this season.
exuberant (adjective), more exuberant, most exuberant
1. Lavish, luxuriant: The people at the party in the restaurant were served the most exuberant food and drinks by the waiters.
2. Extreme or excessive in degree, size, or extent: The couple lived in more exuberant prosperity than most people in the neighborhood.
3. Joyously unrestrained and enthusiastic: Shirley received exuberant praise for her acting talents.
4. Unrestrained or elaborate; especially, in style; flamboyant: Those who were participating in the carnival were wearing an exuberant variety of colorful costumes.
5. Produced in extreme bountifulness; plentiful: The flowers produced exuberant quantities of blossoms this year.
exuberantly (adverb), more exuberantly, most exuberantly
1. In a happy manner, or joyously unrestrained, especially with feelings: The university students exuberantly cheered for their winning football team.

The people at the concert were exuberantly expressing their pleasure of the wonderful musical performances of the orchestra and choir.

2. Pertaining to the production or growth of something in extreme plenitude: People were excited about the exuberantly great crops of apples this year.
exuberate (verb), exuberates; exuberated; exuberating
1. To abound; to be in great quantities: The apple trees apparently exuberated more apples than usual this year.
2. To express great joy and being very lively, happy, and energetic: Helena's little girl is exuberating a personality that gives pleasure to all of those who are near her.
exuberated (adjective), more exuberated, most exuberated
1. A reference to being greatly supplied: The exuberated farmers achieved better results with their crops for the first time in years.
2. A descriptive term for that which is more than adequate: Sam won an exuberated amount of money which he intends to use to pay for the fees and living expenses required for his advanced university studies.
uberous (adjective), more uberous, most uberous
1. A reference to that which is plentiful or even too much: Sometimes the uberous supply of words in this lexicon can be overwhelming.
2. Etymology: from Late Latin uberosus, "fruitfulness, fertility"; and from the Latin adjective uber, "fruitful"; from the noun uber, "udder, breast".
uberously (adverb), more uberously, most uberously
A connotation for copiousness or abundance: The cattle were consuming the grass in the pasture more uberously after the rain increased the growth of the plants.
uberty (s) (noun) (no plural)
A large quantity, a generous amount: There was a great uberty of ideas and suggestions at the business meeting; however, there were very few people who were willing to try any of them.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units meaning "more, plentiful, fullness, excessive, over flowing": copi-; hyper-; multi-; opulen-; ple-; pleio-; plethor-; poly-; super-; total-; ultra-; undu-.