recelebration

celebration

[sel-uh-brey-shuhn]
noun
1.
an act of celebrating.
2.
the festivities engaged in to celebrate something.

Origin:
1520–30; < Latin celebrātiōn- (stem of celebrātiō) big assembly. See celebrate, -ion

intercelebration, noun
noncelebration, noun
precelebration, noun
recelebration, noun
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Word Origin & History

celebration
1529, "honoring of a day or season by appropriate festivities," from L. celebrationem, noun of action from celebrare (see celebrate). Meaning "performance of a religious ceremony (esp. the Eucharist) is from 1580; that of "extolling in speeches, etc." is from 1674.
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