Happy face is a Hindi word that means “happy smile” and was originally used in the United Kingdom in the early 19th century.
It became popular in the UK in the mid-19th century when it was used to write “happy” on telegrams.
Hindi has now adopted the word as a sign of happiness and happiness is a verb.
Happy face was originally meant to represent a happy heart, but the word is also used to express the feeling of happiness in a person.
Happy and happy are two words that can be used to convey the same sentiment.
Happy face can also be used as a verb to express happiness in an action, such as going for a walk or spending time with friends.
The Hindi word for happy is pujad, which means “to look happy.”
Pujad is used in many different contexts, but is used for the most part in Hindi to express joy.
Happy-looking people are seen as happy.
While the word ‘happy’ has been adopted as a Hindi verb in the last few decades, the meaning of ‘happy face’ is not.
Happy smile is the opposite of happy.
When used in Hindi, happy face is used to mean a happy smile.
It can also refer to a happy or happy person.
For those who do not speak Hindi, the word “happy face” can be a source of confusion.
The word ‘Happy face’ can be found in many English dictionaries, such the Oxford English Dictionary and the American Heritage Dictionary.
Here are some of the popular English definitions of the word.
Happy Face: The expression “look happy” or “look at the happy face”.
The word was first used by Sir James Cook in 1765.
Happy: A state of joy or exuberance.
Happy is also a verb, which is used as the first component of a sentence.
Happy, happy, happy.
Happy (v): To be happy or to be excited.
Happy as a result of: A person’s being happy.
(N.B. The expression is often translated as happy with a smile.)
Happy smile: A smile or a smile of happiness.
Happy to look at: A happy face.
Happy with a grin: Having a cheerful smile.
Happy heart: The feeling of joy, excitement, or happiness.