eu-pho-ri-a / yo͞o-fôr-ē-ə
1. a feeling of great joy, vigor, well-being; high spirits
It’s not possible to experience constant euphoria, but if you’re grateful, you can find happiness in everything.
Pharrell Williams, 1973 –
A Neo-Latin word made up from the Greek prefix eu (well) and the verb phero (bear, carry).
Thank you to Allen Ward for providing this etymology.