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From French jovial, from Italian gioviale, from Latin ioviālis, from Iovis (Jove).

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Jovial (comparative more Jovial, superlative most Jovial)

Positive
Jovial

Comparative
more Jovial

Superlative
most Jovial

  1. (obsolete) Pertaining to Jove or Zeus; Jovian.
  2. Pertaining to the planet Jupiter.
  3. Patrono:Astrology Under the influence of the planet Jupiter (considered a source of happiness).
  4. Merry; cheerful and good-humored.

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From Italian gioviale, from Latin iovialis.

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Jovial m. (f. Joviale, m. plural joviaux, f. plural Joviales)

  1. jovial, jolly

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From French jovial, from Italian gioviale, fro Latin ioviālis.

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  • IPA: /joˈviaːl/

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jovial

  1. jovial

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From Latin ioviālis.

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  • IPA: /xoˈβjal/

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Jovial m. and f. (plural joviales)

  1. Jovian
  2. cheerful, jovial

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