Examples from the Web for felicita
Felicita looked up at him with her strange, steady, searching gaze.
There was something so unutterably sad about Felicita's condition that it awed the simple, cheerful nature of Madame.
There was no difficulty in unfastening the bolt which held the lower half; and Felicita stepped into the low room.
Felicita placed both hands on my right arm and looked pleadingly in my face.
I had never mentioned to Don Julian or Felicita his manner of life.
British Dictionary definitions for felicita
noun plural -ties
Word Origin for felicity
Word Origin and History for felicita
late 14c., from Old French felicite (14c.) "happiness," from Latin felicitatem (nominative felicitas) "happiness, fertility," from felix (genitive felicis) "happy, fortunate, fruitful, fertile," from Latin root *fe-, equivalent of PIE *dhe(i)- "to suck, suckle, produce, yield" (see fecund).