[hahr-luh-kwi-neyd, -ki-] /ˌhɑr lə kwɪˈneɪd, -kɪ-/
a pantomime, farce, or similar play in which Harlequin plays the principal part.
(sometimes capital) (theatre) a play or part of a pantomime in which harlequin has a leading role
noun 1. a black stink bug, Murgantia histrionica, having red and yellow markings, that feeds on cabbages and other cruciferous plants. noun 1. a brightly coloured heteropterous insect, Murgantia histrionica, of the US and Central America: a pest of cabbages and related plants: family Pentatomidae
noun 1. a small diving duck, Histrionicus histrionicus, of North America and Iceland, the male of which has bluish-gray plumage marked with black, white, and chestnut. noun 1. a northern sea duck, Histrionicus histrionicus, the male of which has a blue and red plumage with black and white markings
[hahr-luh-kwi-nesk, -ki-] /ˌhɑr lə kwɪˈnɛsk, -kɪ-/ adjective 1. in the manner of a .
- Harlequin fetus
harlequin fetus har·le·quin fetus (här’lĭ-kwĭn, -kĭn) n. A newborn, usually premature collodian baby whose symptoms are severe.