Origin of euphoriaModern Latin from Gr, power of bearing easily from euphoros, bearing well from eu- (see eu-) + pherein, bear
An example of euphoria is how you feel after your new baby is born.
Origin of euphoriaNew Latin from Greek from euphoros healthy eu- eu- pherein to bear ; see bher-1 in Indo-European roots.
euphoria - Computer Definition
An interpreted programming language developed in 1993 by Robert Craig at Rapid Deployment Software that is noted for its execution speed, flexibility and simplicity. It can simulate any programming method including object-oriented constructs. Euphoria has been used to develop computer games and other applications in DOS, Windows and Linux. For more information, visit www.rapideuphoria.com.
- Certain drugs like caffeine and nicotine activate brain reward systems, and the brain responds by releasing chemicals that have effects ranging from a change in mood to outright euphoria.
- Playing for two time champions The New York Majesty, (formerly the New York Euphoria, whose name was given to New England), Krystal Gray is 23 years old and hails from Niagara Falls, New York.
- The euphoria lasted for three heavenly weeks, and then she woke one morning with that old feeling of impending doom.
- This one would not feel euphoria, only pain and terror.
- The euphoria of his awakening from the coma passed as other symptoms persisted.