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To be both happy and sad about something, except you mispelled happy as 'hapoy' and then just rolled with it.

Scholars argue over the root of '-sapoy'. Some theories are that '-sapoy' is derived from:
1. The English word 'sad', making hapoysapoy a derivation of happy-sad.
2. A sappy kind of happiness, the kind you find in old cartoons when little cartoon hearts float above character's heads.
3. A sepoy kind of happiness - where you're happy-sad but you have to suck it up and keep marching forward, like a sepoy or soldier.
Bhuti is hapoysapoy that Kc is going to Paris -- glad that he's moving on to bigger and better things and sad because she will miss him.
by Covalentbond August 06, 2018
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To be both happy and sad about something, except you mispelled happy as 'hapoy' and then just rolled with it.
Bhuti is hapoysapoy that Kc is going to Paris -- glad that he's moving on to bigger and better things and sad because she will miss him.
by Poopersnowy August 06, 2018
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