1. The quality or state of being happy.
  2. Good fortune; pleasure; contentment; joy.
  3. Pleasure, joy, exhilaration, bliss, contentedness, delight, enjoyment, satisfaction.
  4. Happiness, bliss, contentment, felicity, imply an active or passive state of pleasure or pleasurable satisfaction.
  5. Happiness – results from the possession or attainment of what one considers good: the happiness of visiting one’s family.
  6. Bliss – is pure or absolute happiness or supreme delight: the bliss of perfect companionship.
  7. Contentment – is a peaceful kind of happiness in which one rests with- out desires, even though every wish may not have been gratified: con- tentment in one’s surroundings.
  8. Felicity – is a formal word for happiness of an especially fortunate or intense kind: to wish a young couple felicity (pleasure) in life.
  9. It is a state of well being characterized by emotions ranging from con- tentment to intense joy.
  10. It is emotions experienced when in a state of well-being.
  11. It is a feeling the experiencing of effective and emotional state.
  12. It is enjoying or showing or marked by joy or pleasure.
  13. Whereas Unhappiness is experiencing or marked by or causing sad- ness or sorrow or discontentment.