Definition of eudaemonic in English:

eudaemonic

Syllabification: eu·dae·mon·ic
Pronunciation: /ˌyo͞odəˈmänik
 
/
(also eudemonic)

adjective

formal
Conducive to happiness.

Origin

mid 19th century: from Greek eudaimonikos, from eudaimōn 'happy' (see eudaemonism).

Derivatives

eudaemonia

Pronunciation: /-ˈmōnēə/
noun
More example sentences
  • But there's a third form of life, and if you're a bridge player like me, or a stamp collector, you can have eudaemonia; that is, you can be in flow.
  • Central to his positive psychology is ‘eudaemonia, the good life, which is what Thomas Jefferson and Aristotle meant by the pursuit of happiness.’

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