From Latin felicitatus, past participle of fēlīcitō (“to felicitate”), from fēlīx (“happy”).
felicitate (third-person singular simple present felicitates, present participle felicitating, simple past and past participle felicitated)
- (transitive) To congratulate.
- 1934, George Orwell, Burmese Days, Chapter 25, 
- […] he waddled to the platform, bowed as low as his belly would permit, and was duly decorated and felicitated […]
felicitate (comparative more felicitate, superlative most felicitate)
- (archaic) Made very happy.
- (Can we date this quote?)Lua error in Module:utilities at line 136: Language code has not been specified. Please pass parameter 1 to the template. William Shakespeare:
- I am alone felicitate / In your dear highness' love.
- second-person plural present indicative of felicitare
- second-person plural imperative of felicitare
- Feminine plural of felicitato
- ablative singular of felicitās