disport dis-PORT, intransitive verb:
To amuse oneself in light or lively manner; to frolic.
1. To divert or amuse.
2. To display.
Disport derives from Old French desporter, “to divert,” from des-, “apart” (from Latin dis-) + porter, “to carry” (from Latin portare) — hence to disport is at root “to carry apart, or away” [from business or seriousness].
limpid LIM-pid adjective:
1. Clear; transparent.
2. Easily comprehensible; clear.
3. Calm; serene.
From Latin limpidus (clear).