Definition of gaudium
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1.
LEM
gaudium, gaudiī
GAV-
noun (n., 2nd declension)
  1. inward joy, joy, gladness, delight
  2. sensual pleasure, enjoyment [usu. plur.]
  3. a joy, cause of joy, source of pleasure, delight
Abbreviations
gaudium ī, n GAV-, inward joy, joy, gladness, delight: gaudium atque laetitiam agitabat, S.: Prae gaudio ubi sim nescio, T.: lacrimo gaudio, T.: gaudio compleri: exsilui gaudio: conti nere gaudium non potuerunt, quin, etc., L.: nox gaudio laeta victoribus, Ta.: gaudium periculosi saltūs superati, L.: feminarum gaudia insignia erant, expressions of delight, L.: quibus gaudiis exsultabis?: gaudia quanta fuerunt! H.: mea gavisurus gaudia, T.: scin me in quibus sim gaudiis? T.

—Prov.: Gaudia principium nostri sunt doloris, O.

—Person.: mala mentis Gaudia, i. e. Malice, V.

—Sensual pleasure, enjoyment (usu. plur.): pestiferum, L.: dediti corporis gaudiis, S.: impermissa, H.: gaudia sumit, O.: Gaudia quanta tuli! enjoyed, O.: quanti sibi gaudia constent, Iu.

—A joy, cause of joy, source of pleasure, delight: duci falso gaudio, T.: gaudium clade foedatum est, L.: fugiunt tua gaudia, O.
 
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