MEANING: adjective: Relating to or conducive to happiness.

ETYMOLOGY: From Greek eudaimonia (happiness), from eudaimon (having a good genius, happy), from eu- (good) + daimon (spirit, fate, fortune). Earliest documented use: 1832.

NOTES: This is a happy word; nothing demonic about it, except in the etymology.

FEUDEMONC - a devilish argument

EUDEMANIC - status after the ups and downs of bipolar disorder have been exorcised

EUDAMONIC - like a true friend of Pythias