rhathymia

rhathymia

[ruh-thahy-mee-uh]
noun
carefree behavior; light-heartedness.

Origin:
< Greek rhāithȳmía easiness of temper, amusement, indifference, equivalent to rhā́ithȳm(os) easy-going + -ia -ia

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