fe•lic•i•ty |fəˈlisətē|noun ( pl. felicities )intense happiness: domestic felicity.the ability to find appropriate expression for one's thoughts: speech that pleased by its accuracy, felicity, and fluency.• particularly effective feature of a work of literature or art: the King James version, thanks to its felicities of language, ruled supreme.ORIGIN late Middle Englishfrom Old French felicitefrom Latin felicitasfrom felix, felic- happy.This is one word I like to say :)Em

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  1. Wow, that is cool- I never realized that is what felicity meant! :)

    I also wanted to let you know I mentioned you in a post over on my blog...here is the link...http://encouragementforeverydaystruggles.blogspot.com/2012/06/shout-out-for-some-blogs-i-follow-and.html

  2. Hi Emma! (hehe I love your name)

    Thanks for the comment on my blog! I love your blog :)

  3. That's so cool!! You have 12 followers!!!

  4. Hi Emma!
    Thank you for stopping by my blog. It is always so much fun to find new blogger friends! I will definitely be following yours. :)

    I am a huge lover of words, I even have a book where I write down new words and their meanings. Maybe it is a bookworm thing? Anyway, I will be adding felicity to that book. I've always thought it was just a name! I have a feeling I will come to enjoy this word a lot. It has a special ring to it.

    Enjoy your day!

    (http://insanitycomeswithapenandpaper.blogspot.com/ )


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