Part of speech:
A clumsy, stupid fellow; simpleton
(Informal) A person with a talent or enthusiasm for a certain activity:
(Software engineering) The entity that performs a role (in use case analysis).
A clown; a buffoon.
(US) Any kind of shoe.
(Scot.) A sturdy fellow
One who tells or plays jokes; a joker.
A comic book.
A boastful coward or rascal
The action of laughing or the sound resulting
(US, cinematography) An error made during production which finds its way into the final release.
A mischievous person; a prankster.
The act or motion of wagging:
(Rare) A writer of comedy
A rude, awkward, or ill-mannered person
An awkward, unsophisticated person; a yokel.
To speak in fun; be facetious:
(Informal) To be a stooge (for someone)
A person with a good sense of humor.
A cunningly worded provision put into a law, legal document, etc. to make it different from what it seems to be
One given to or known for making quips.
To make jokes; behave playfully.
To tease or speak playfully to.
A pill containing a barbiturate or, sometimes, a stimulant drug, tranquilizer, etc., esp. when used nonmedicinally
Intellectual ability; faculty of thinking, reasoning.
1898, J. Meade Falkner, Moonfleet Chapter 4
An actor in farces
Any of various spotted groupers of the genus Epinephelus or various related fishes of the genus Cephalopholis.
A stock character in commedia dell'arte, usually a slender, foolish old man wearing tight trousers extending to the feet
A person living in a rural area; rustic; country bumpkin
To ridicule by imitation; mimic.
A comedian, often, specif., one who does stand-up comedy
Alternative form of Pierrot.
A medieval English peasant.
A clown or buffoon in Spanish comedies.
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