gaudeo

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From Proto-Indo-European *gau- (to rejoice), see also Middle Irish guaire (noble), Ancient Greek γαίω (gaiō, rejoice).

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present active gaudeō, present infinitive gaudēre, perfect active gāvīsus sum (semi-deponent)

  1. I rejoice.
    Gaudeamus igitur, iuvenes dum sumus : Let us therefore rejoice, while we are still young (from the song De Brevitate Vitae).
  2. I take pleasure in.

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