gracioso

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EtymologyEdit

Spanish gracioso

NounEdit

gracioso (plural graciosos)

  1. (historical) A bawdy clown or jester in 16th-century Spanish comedy.
  2. A favourite.

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PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese gracioso, borrowed from Latin grātiōsus.

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AdjectiveEdit

gracioso m (feminine singular graciosa, masculine plural graciosos, feminine plural graciosas, comparable)

  1. graceful

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin grātiōsus, from grātia. Compare English gracious.

PronunciationEdit

AdjectiveEdit

gracioso (feminine singular graciosa, masculine plural graciosos, feminine plural graciosas) (superlative graciosísimo)

  1. funny, amusing
    Synonym: chistoso
    Antonym: aburrido
  2. silly (playful; giggly)
    Synonym: divertido
    Antonym: aburrido
  3. facetious, cute
    Hombre, tranquilo. Yo no estaba hablando en serio. Solo estaba haciéndome el gracioso.
    Man, chill. I wasn't being serious. I was just being facetious.
  4. graceful
    Synonym: simpático
    Antonyms: antipático, irritante, molesto
  5. pleasing
    Synonym: agradable
    Antonyms: irritante, molesto
  6. (informal) cute, rich
    Eso es gracioso viniendo de él porque hizo lo mismo hace años que ahora la ha acusado.
    That's rich coming from him because he did the same thing years ago he has now accused her of.
  7. (sarcasm) annoying; graceless

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NounEdit

gracioso m or f (plural graciosos)

  1. (informal) joker
    No te hagas el gracioso conmigo.
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  2. (historical, theater) gracioso (bawdy clown or jester in 16th-century Spanish comedy)

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