Word of the day

The word for today is…

gratulation (noun) – 1. A feeling of joy.
2. The expression of joy.

Source : Dictionary.com

Etymology : Late 15 th century, gratulacyon “expression of thanks,” from Latin gratulationem (nominative gratulatio) “a manifestation of joy, wishing joy, rejoicing,” from past participle stem of gratulari “give thanks, show joy,” from gratus “agreeable”.


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