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komika

See also: komiķa and komikā

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AdjectiveEdit

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

  1. comical, funny

LatvianEdit

EtymologyEdit

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

PronunciationEdit

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NounEdit

komika f (4th declension)

  1. comedy, comicality, buffoonery (that which causes disapproval because of its ridiculousness)
    dzejoļa komika — the commedy, buffoonery of the poem
    ar situāciju komikas palīdzību tika atklāta, pasvītrota buržuāzijas prettautiskā pozīcija — with 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 komika — the humorousness of (this) behavior

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