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Related words: humours
the humours, four humours, the four humours, 4 humours, shakespeare humours
comedy, comical aspect, funny side, fun, amusement, funniness, hilarity, jocularity, absurdity, ludicrousness, drollness, satire, irony, farce, jokes, joking, jests, jesting, quips, witticisms, bon mots, funny remarks, puns, sallies, badinage, wit, wittiness, drollery, gags, wisecracks, cracks, kidding, waggishness, one-liners, mood, temper, disposition, temperament, nature, state of mind, frame of mind, spirits, witticism, bodily fluid, body fluid, sense of humour, sense of humor
humores, los humores
Säfte, Stimmungen, Launen
humeurs, humeur, les humeurs, des humeurs
umori, gli umori
humores, dos humor, os humores
humeuren, vochten, lichaamssappen, humoren
vätskorna, kroppsvätskorna, blidkar
temperamenter, Luner, legemsvæsker
Viccek, hangulatban, Főzőcske
kolm osa, need kolm osa, kõik need kolm osa
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The meaning and "use of": humours
- the quality of being amusing or comic, especially as expressed in literature or speech.
- a mood or state of mind.
- each of the four chief fluids of the body (blood, phlegm, yellow bile [choler], and black bile [melancholy]) that were thought to determine a person's physical and mental qualities by the relative proportions in which they were present.
- comply with the wishes of (someone) in order to keep them content, however unreasonable such wishes might be.