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Fe­liz and Fe­lic­i­ty

Fe­liz (Span­ish for “Hap­py”), comes from the Latin for the same, fe­lix. From the Latin fe­lix, we al­so get every­one’s fa­vorite TV char­ac­ter: Fe­lic­i­ty. Some­one named Fe­lic­i­ty must be a hap­py per­son by their very na­ture! As is some­one named Fe­lix!

We can see that the f‑l-z of fe­liz maps to the f‑l-c of fe­lic­i­ty pret­ty clear­ly!


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