Another word for funny
Stirring to laughter
laughable, comic, droll, amusing, comical, whimsical, entertaining, diverting, humorous, witty, farcical, hilarious, jocular, jocose, jocund, waggish, facetious, clever, mirthful, laugh-provoking, hysterical, uproarious, ludicrous, absurd, ridiculous, risible, joking, jesting, sportive, playful, merry, gay, antic, jolly, good-humored, glad, gleeful, blithe, jovial, ironic, sly, rich*, side-splitting*, a laugh*, too funny for words*, killing*, priceless*; see also facetious.
*Likely to arouse suspicion
funny is the simple, general term for anything that excites laughter or mirth; laughable applies to that which is fit to be laughed at and may connote contempt or scorn; that is amusing which provokes smiles, laughter, or pleasure by its pleasant, entertaining quality; that is droll which amuses one because of its quaintness or strangeness, or its wry or waggish humor; comic is applied to that which contains the elements of comedy (in a dramatic or literary sense) and amuses one in a thoughtful way; comical suggests that which evokes laughter of a more spontaneous, unrestrained kind; farcical suggests a broad comical quality based on nonsense, extravagantly boisterous humor, etc.
Another word for funnyadjective
Arousing laughter:amusing, comic, comical, droll, humorous, laughable, risible, zany. See laughter
Deserving laughter:comic, comical, farcical, laughable, laughing, ludicrous, ridiculous, risible. See laughter
Intended to excite laughter or amusement:comedic, facetious, humorous, jocose, jocular, witty. See laughter
Agreeably curious, especially in an old-fashioned or unusual way:odd, quaint. See usual
Causing puzzlement; perplexing:curious, odd, peculiar, queer, strange, weird. See usual