jocular

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From Latin iocularis, from ioculus (a little jest), diminutive of iocus (a jest).

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jocular (comparative more jocular, superlative most jocular)

  1. (formal) Humorous, amusing or joking.
    He was in a jocular mood all day.
    All we had was a short and jocular conversation

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