Associations to the word «Happy»
HAPPY, adjective. Experiencing the effect of favourable fortune; having the feeling arising from the consciousness of well-being or of enjoyment; enjoying good of any kind, as peace, tranquillity, comfort; contented; joyous.
HAPPY, adjective. Favored by luck or fortune; lucky.
HAPPY, adjective. Dexterous; ready; apt; felicitous.
HAPPY, adjective. Content, satisfied (with or to do something); having no objection (to something).
HAPPY, adjective. (As a suffix to a noun) favouring or inclined to use, as in trigger-happy.
HAPPY AS A CLAM, adjective. (simile) Very happy and carefree.
HAPPY AS A CLAM AT HIGH WATER, adjective. Alternative form of happy as a clam
HAPPY AS A LARK, adjective. (simile) (colloquial) Very happy (sometimes with the extra connotations of being carefree or unaware of grimmer realities).
HAPPY AS A PIG IN MUD, adjective. Alternative form of happy as a pig in shit
HAPPY AS A PIG IN SHIT, adjective. (chiefly UK and Ireland) (idiomatic) (vulgar) Extremely happy; obviously satisfied and carefree.
HAPPY AS LARRY, adjective. (simile) Extremely happy and carefree
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, interjection. Said or written to a person who is celebrating his or her birthday in order to convey the good wishes of the speaker or writer (literally, "may you have a happy birthday")
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, verb. (colloquial) (transitive) To wish a happy birthday upon (someone).
HAPPY BIRTHDAYED, verb. Simple past tense and past participle of happy birthday
HAPPY BIRTHDAYING, verb. Present participle of happy birthday
HAPPY BIRTHDAYS, verb. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of happy birthday
HAPPY BUNNIES, noun. Plural of happy bunny
HAPPY BUNNY, noun. A contented, satisfied person or animal.
HAPPY BUTTON, noun. (slang) The clitoris.
HAPPY BUTTON, noun. (slang) The prostate (in relation to sexual stimulation through the rectum).
HAPPY CAMPER, noun. (chiefly US) One who is thoroughly content or satisfied.
HAPPY CAMPERS, noun. Plural of happy camper
HAPPY CHRISTMAS, noun. Alternative form of Merry Christmas
HAPPY CHRISTMASES, noun. Plural of Happy Christmas
HAPPY DANCE, noun. (literally) A dance that conveys happiness.
HAPPY DANCE, noun. (informal or slang) A dance performed by an individual gloating at his/her success in footy tipping. It is intended to torment friends and foes alike.
HAPPY ENDING, noun. A clichéd conclusion in which all loose ends are tied up and all main characters are content. See also happily ever after.
HAPPY ENDING, noun. (vulgar) (slang) (used euphemistically) A handjob, especially one after a massage.
HAPPY ENDINGS, noun. Plural of happy ending
HAPPY EVER AFTER, noun. A happy ending; a good fate, life, or ending to a story.
HAPPY EVER AFTERS, noun. Plural of happy ever after
HAPPY FAMILIES, noun. (British) A children's card game played with a pack of 44 picture cards that depict a father, mother son and daughter of 11 families mostly having occupational surnames (e.g. Mr Bun the Baker); players have to collect entire families
HAPPY HARDCORE, noun. A genre of rave music typified by a very fast tempo and a bright, cheerful sound, often coupled with solo vocals and sentimental lyrics.
HAPPY HOUR, noun. A time of day, usually in the afternoon or early evening, when a bar or pub offers its drinks at a discounted price.
HAPPY HOUR, noun. Any small gathering, usually in the afternoon or early evening, set aside to relax and have a drink.
HAPPY HOURS, noun. Plural of happy hour
HAPPY HUNTING GROUND, noun. A Native American idea of the afterlife, conceived of as a paradise in which hunting is plentiful and game unlimited.
HAPPY HUNTING GROUNDS, noun. Plural of happy hunting ground
HAPPY LITTLE VEGEMITE, noun. (Australia) A contented and well-behaved child; a very pleased person; often used ironically.
HAPPY LITTLE VEGEMITES, noun. Plural of happy little vegemite
HAPPY MEDIUM, noun. (idiomatic) A balanced position between two opposite extremes.
HAPPY MEDIUMS, noun. Plural of happy medium
HAPPY PATH, noun. (software development) A default scenario in which no exceptional or error conditions arise.
HAPPY PATHS, noun. Plural of happy path
HAPPY PILL, noun. (slang) (humorous) An antidepressant.
HAPPY PILLS, noun. Plural of happy pill
HAPPY PUPPET SYNDROME, noun. (dated) Angelman syndrome
HAPPY SLAP, noun. (informal) An instance of happy slapping.
HAPPY SLAPPER, noun. (informal) A person who practises happy slapping.
HAPPY SLAPPERS, noun. Plural of happy slapper
HAPPY SLAPPING, noun. (informal) The practice of physically attacking (originally, slapping), and often verbally abusing, a person and photographing or filming the attack using a camera phone, the recording sometimes being sent to others to further humiliate the victim.
HAPPY SLAPPINGS, noun. Plural of happy slapping
HAPPY SNAP, noun. (colloquial) (lighthearted) A photograph.
HAPPY TALK, noun. (set phrase) (hyphenated when used attributively) Lighthearted, pleasant conversation; upbeat banter; optimistic remarks.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING, interjection. (US) (Canada) The greeting said near the holiday Thanksgiving.
HAPPY TRAIL, noun. (slang) A vertical line of hair that extends up along the middle of a man's abdomen from pubic hair to navel.
HAPPY TRAILS, noun. Plural of happy trail
HAPPY VOWEL, noun. (phonology) A vowel in spoken English that falls between /iː/ and /ɪ/ and may be represented by /i/.
HAPPY, adjective. Enjoying or showing or marked by joy or pleasure; "a happy smile"; "spent many happy days on the beach"; "a happy marriage".
HAPPY, adjective. Marked by good fortune; "a felicitous life"; "a happy outcome".
HAPPY, adjective. Eagerly disposed to act or to be of service; "glad to help".
HAPPY, adjective. Well expressed and to the point; "a happy turn of phrase"; "a few well-chosen words".
Men govern nothing with more difficulty than their tongues, and can moderate their desires more than their words.