Part of speech:
A clown; a buffoon.
(Rare) A writer of comedy
(Scot.) A sturdy fellow
(Informal) A person with a talent or enthusiasm for a certain activity:
A mischievous person; a prankster.
The act or motion of wagging:
A comic book.
Intellectual ability; faculty of thinking, reasoning.
1898, J. Meade Falkner, Moonfleet Chapter 4
(Software engineering) The entity that performs a role (in use case analysis).
A rude, awkward, or ill-mannered person
An awkward, unsophisticated person; a yokel.
A medieval English peasant.
(US) Any kind of shoe.
An actor in farces
A clumsy, stupid fellow; simpleton
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 boastful coward or rascal
A person living in a rural area; rustic; country bumpkin
To speak in fun; be facetious:
To ridicule by imitation; mimic.
(Informal) To be a stooge (for someone)
A comedian, often, specif., one who does stand-up comedy
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 who tells or plays jokes; a joker.
One given to or known for making quips.
To make jokes; behave playfully.
To tease or speak playfully to.
The action of laughing or the sound resulting
(US, cinematography) An error made during production which finds its way into the final release.
A pill containing a barbiturate or, sometimes, a stimulant drug, tranquilizer, etc., esp. when used nonmedicinally
Alternative form of Pierrot.
A clown or buffoon in Spanish comedies.
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