jocose

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From Latin iocōsus (humorous), from iocus (jest, joke).

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jocose (comparative more jocose, superlative most jocose)

  1. given to jest; habitually jolly
  2. playful; characterized by joking

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jocōse

  1. vocative masculine singular of jocōsus