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Date: 1700-1800
Language: French
Origin: bonhomme 'pleasant man', from bon 'good' + homme 'man'

bonhomie

noun
     
bon‧ho‧mie [uncountable]
formal a friendly feeling among a group of people:
They were relaxed and full of bonhomie.

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