1. (noun) This delightful term combines “giggle,” representing light, spontaneous laughter, with “euphoria,” signifying an overwhelming sense of happiness and well-being. It’s used to describe the blissful state when laughter takes over and makes everything feel fantastic.


Imagine a night out with friends where an unexpected inside joke sends everyone into fits of laughter. You might say, “Last night’s gathering was pure Gigglephoria! We laughed so hard that it felt like all our worries disappeared.”

Fun Fact

The word “euphoria” has Greek roots, with “eu” meaning “good” and “pherein” meaning “to bear.” Euphoria originally meant “bearing well,” and it eventually came to signify a state of intense happiness. “Gigglephoria” captures the idea of experiencing euphoria through laughter.