Meaning of adlubescence in English:

adlubescence

Pronunciation /ˌadluːˈbɛsns/

noun

rare
  • Pleasure, delight.

    Apparently revived from dictionary record.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Walter Charleton (1620–1707), physician and natural philosopher. From post-classical Latin adlubescentia from classical Latin adlubēscent-, adlubēscēns, present participle of adlubēscere (also allubēscere) to be pleasing, gratify (from ad + lubet (also libet) it pleases + -ēscere) + -ia; compare -ence.