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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from French bonhomie; from bonhomme (good-natured man); from bon (good) + homme (man).

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bonhomie (usually uncountable, plural bonhomies)

  1. A pleasant, friendly, good-natured manner; an affable and approachable disposition; good-heartedness.
  2. Friendly atmosphere; an atmosphere of good cheer.
  3. A cheerful remark.

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(friendliness):

(good cheer):

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