[jok-yuh-lar-i-tee] /ˌdʒɒk yəˈlær ɪ ti/
noun, plural jocularities.
the state or quality of being .
speech or behavior.
a remark or act.
1640s, from Medieval Latin iocularitas “jocular, facetious,” from iocularis (see jocular).
[jok-yuh-ler] /ˈdʒɒk yə lər/ adjective 1. given to, characterized by, intended for, or suited to or jesting; waggish; facetious: jocular remarks about opera stars. /ˈdʒɒkjʊlə/ adjective 1. characterized by joking and good humour 2. meant lightly or humorously; facetious adj. 1620s, from Latin iocularis “funny, comic,” from ioculus, diminutive of iocus (see joke (n.)). Implies […]
[jok-uh nd, joh-kuh nd] /ˈdʒɒk ənd, ˈdʒoʊ kənd/ adjective 1. cheerful; merry; gay; blithe; glad: a witty and jocund group. /ˈdʒɒkənd/ adjective 1. of a humorous temperament; merry adj. late 14c., from Latin iocundus (source of Spanish jocunde, Italian giocondo), variant (influenced by iocus “joke”) of Latin iucundus “pleasant,” originally “helpful,” contraction of *iuvicundus, from […]
[joh-kuhn-di-tee] /dʒoʊˈkʌn dɪ ti/ noun, plural jocundities for 2. 1. the state or an instance of being ; gaiety. 2. a remark or act. n. early 15c., from Late Latin iocunditas, from iocundus (see jocund).
n. Medieval Latin spelling of Hebrew letter yodh (see iota). Also cf. jot. Jordan-dinar