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Jocund definition is - marked by or suggestive of high spirits and lively mirthfulness. How to use jocund in a sentence. ... Dictionary Entries near jocund.

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Jocund definition, cheerful; merry; blithe; glad: a witty and jocund group. See more.

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Late Middle English: via Old French from Latin jocundus, variant (influenced by jocus 'joke') of jucundus 'pleasant, agreeable', from juvare 'to delight'.

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jocund. You know that teacher who always has a goofy smile on his face and a bad pun for the kids? He's got a jocund personality, meaning he's merry and ...

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Their dead are funny people, jocund, who have not learned yet that they no longer live or still good health. From. Wikipedia. It is described as a fast and jocund ...

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Jocund definition: of a humorous temperament ; merry | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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