komika

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See also: komiķa and komikā

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komika (accusative singular komikan, plural komikaj, accusative plural komikajn)

  1. comical, funny

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]

komika f (4th declension)

  1. comedy, comicality, buffoonery (that which causes disapproval because of its ridiculousness)
    dzejoļa komikathe commedy, buffoonery of the poem
    ar situāciju komikas palīdzību tika atklāta, pasvītrota buržuāzijas prettautiskā pozīcijawith the help of the comicality of the situation, the anti-popular position of the bourgeoisie was shown (and) underlined
  2. funniness, humorousness (the quality of that which is funny, humorous)
    izturēšanās komikathe humorousness of (this) behavior

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