Word: clown

Category: clown

Arts & Entertainment, Hobbies & Leisure, Shopping

Related words: clown

the clown, clown posse, insane clown posse, clown fish, scary clown, it clown, it the clown, clowns, clown pictures, bozo the clown, clown statue, clown spider, creepy clown, doink the clown, clown shoes, clown images, pennywise the clown, rodeo clown, scary clown pictures, pennywise

Synonyms: clown

comedian, jester, fool, zany, joker, comic, humorist, wag, wit, prankster, buffoon, laugh, kidder, wisecracker, idiot, dolt, ass, simpleton, ignoramus, bungler, blunderer, moron, meatball, bozo, jackass, chump, numbskull, numbnuts, nincompoop, halfwit, hoser, bonehead, knucklehead, fathead, butthead, birdbrain, scissorbill, twit, nitwit, twerp, goofball, goof, merry andrew

Translations: clown

spanish
bufón, payaso


german
faxenmacher, clown, knülch, possenreißer, knilch

french
baladin, clown, plaisantin, bouffon, arlequin, ...

italian
pagliaccio

portuguese
palhaço, do palhaço, de palhaço, palhaço de

dutch
paljas, hansworst, clown, pias, zot

russian
фигляр, эксцентрик, чудить, паяц, паясничать, ...

norwegian
klovn, bajas

swedish
pajas

finnish
narri, pelehtiä, pajatso

danish
klovn

czech
kašpar, šašek

polish
klown, błazen, pajac, błaznować, klaun

hungarian
bohóc, Clown, bohócra, bohócot

turkish
palyaço

greek
κλόουν

ukrainian
блазень, клоун

albanian
gaztor, klloun, Clown, klloun i, kllounit

bulgarian
шут

belarusian
клоўн, блазан, клоун

estonian
veiderdama, tola, kloun

croatian
šaljivčina

icelandic
trúður, trúðurinn, trúðurinn í

lithuanian
klounas

latvian
āksts, klauns

macedonian
кловн, кловнот, палјачо

romanian
clovn

slovenian
pajaca, klanu

slovak
klaun, šašo

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The meaning and "use of": clown

noun
  • a comic entertainer, especially one in a circus, wearing a traditional costume and exaggerated makeup.
  • an unsophisticated country person; a rustic.

verb
  • behave in a comical way; act playfully.

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