komiķis

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Latvian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Probably the same as komisks: via Latin comicus, ultimatelly a borrowing from Ancient Greek κωμικός (kōmikós).

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Noun[edit]

komiķis m (2nd declension, feminine form: komiķe)

  1. (male) humorist, comedian (stage performer who plays a comical role, especially in circus or theater)
    komiķa talantscomedic (lit. comedian's) talent
    daudz jautrības, pat smieklus līdz asarām skatītājiem sagādāja lieliskais parodists un komiķis Alfonso, kustību un mīmikas meistarsthe great parodist and comedian Alfonso, the master of mostion and mimic, could produce great merriment, even laughter to the point of tears, in his audience
    raksts veltīts ungāru komiķim Kalmanam Latabaram, kurš filmā “Klauna liktenis” savdabīgi tēlo klaunu Pētithe article is dedicated to the Hungarian comedian Kálmán Latabar, who in the film “Clown Fate” played Pēti the clown in an original way

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