Translations: Etymology: "Exuberant" came from Latin exuberare = "to grow thickly", "to abound", and originally came from ex = "out" and uber = "udder", and originally would have referred to a cow or she-goat which was making so much milk that it naturally dripped or sprayed from the udder.
- The quality of being exuberant; cheerful or vigorous enthusiasm; liveliness.
- An instance of exuberant behaviour.
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