Derived from English humour, ultimately from Latin hūmor.
- IPA(key): [huˈmuro]
- Rhymes: -uro
- Hyphenation: hu‧mu‧ro
humuro (uncountable, accusative humuron)
- humor (US), humour (UK) (comic quality)
- Synonym: (archaic) humoro
- Coordinate terms: blago, komedio, komikeco, mistifiko, satiro
Borrowed from French humour, German Humor, Italian humour, Russian ю́мор (júmor), Spanish humor (all either borrowings or semantic loans from English) and English humour, ultimately from Latin hūmor.
- humour, jocose imagination (less intellectual and more sympathetic than wit)
- humoro (“temper, mood, humour (state of mind)”)