jongler

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From an alteration of Old French jogler, from Latin joculārī, ioculārī, present active infinitive of ioculor, joculor, and influenced by Old French jangler (to entertain), itself from Frankish *jangalon.

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jongler

  1. to juggle
  2. (dated) to entertain
  3. (Louisiana) to think, to ponder
  4. (Louisiana) to daydream

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Noun[edit]

jongler m (plural jongleri)

  1. juggler