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LatvianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From prieks(delight, pleasure) +‎ -īgs.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): [pɾiɛ̂ksîːɡs]
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AdjectiveEdit

priecīgs (def. priecīgais, comp. priecīgāks, sup. vispriecīgākais; adv. priecīgi)

  1. happy, glad, joyful, delighted (feeling joy)
    priecīgs cilvēks‎ ― happy, joyful person
    priecīgs par veiksmi, panākumiem‎ ― happy, glad about (one's) success
  2. happy, joyful (typical of those who feel joy)
    priecīgs noskaņojums‎ ― happy, joyful mood
  3. happy, joyful, merry (expressing joy)
    priecīgas acis‎ ― happy eyes
    priecīgs skatiens‎ ― happy, joyful look, glance
    priecīgi smiekli‎ ― happy, joyful laugh
    priecīga dziesma, vēsts, runa‎ ― happy song, news, talk
  4. happy, joyful (causing joy)
    priecīgs notikums‎ ― happy, joyful event
    priecīga diena‎ ― joyful day
    priecīgs pārsteigums‎ ― happy surprise
    priecīga tikšanās‎ ― happy meeting, encounter
    priecīgas krāsas‎ ― happy, joyful colors
  5. happy, joyful (connected with, characterized by, joy)
    priecīgas kāzas‎ ― happy wedding, marriage
    priecīga jaunība‎ ― happy youth

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