benison

benison BEN-uh-suhn; -zuhn, noun:
Blessing; benediction.

Benison comes from Old French beneison, from Latin benedictio, from benedicere, “to bless,” from bene, “well” + dicere, “to say.”

Every moment spent with my love is a benison, exhilarating and heartwarming each step of the way.

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