Euphoria

Euphoria or euphoric may refer to:
* Euphoria (emotion), a state of very intense happiness and feelings of well-being
* 4-Methyl-aminorex (commonly known as "Euphoria" or "U4EA"), a stimulant drug with effects comparable to methamphetamine. Note: Euphoria is different from the stimulant drug Extacy.
* "Euphoria" (beetle), genus of scarab beetles
* New York Euphoria (formerly "Team Euphoria"), a team in the Lingerie Football League

An album:
* Euphoria (Def Leppard album)
* Euphoria (compilations), a number of trance compilations on both Telstar Records and Ministry Of Sound Record label
* Euphoric, a 1991 album by Delerium

A song:
* "Euphoria", a song by DJ Tiësto from his album Parade of the Athletes
*"Euphoria", by Kyle Ward from the video game "In the Groove"
*"Euphoria", by Collide from the 2003 album "Some Kind of Strange"
* "Euphoria (Definite Mix)", by André Schneider from the 2004 album "Lover's Space"
*"Euphoria", by Sirenia from the 2004 album "An Elixir for Existence"
*"Euphoria (Firefly)", by Delerium from the 1997 album "Karma"
*"Euphoria", by W.A.S.P. from the 2001 album "Unholy Terror"

A musical group:
* EUPHORIA (American Band), a 1960s American Sunshine Pop band
* Euphoria (Australian band), a 1990s Australian pop/dance trio
* Euphoria (Indian band), an active Indian rock group formed in 1989.
* Euphoria (music project), an active Canadian dance music project formed in the 1990s
* Euphoria (Japanese band), a post-rock band from Tokyo, Japan.

In film and television:
* "Euphoria" (film), a Russian 2006 dramatic film by Ivan Vyrypayev
* "Euphoria, Part 1" and "Euphoria, Part 2" (2006), a two-part episode of the American television series "House"

In computing:
* Euphoria (software), game animation engine software by NaturalMotion
* Euphoria (programming language), an interpreted programming language

Euphoria may also be:
* a propaganda technique meant to induce the emotion euphoria in order to boost morale or acceptance

ee also

* Euphorbia, a plant genus


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