Joculator

Joc'u·la`tor noun [ Latin See Juggler .] A jester; a joker. [ Obsolete] Strutt.
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Joculator

• (n.) A jester; a joker.
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joculator

(from the article `dance`) In Europe professional dance was for many centuries restricted to joculators, wandering bands of jugglers, dancers, poets, and musicians, who were ... ...sacred dances became more and more secularized. After such secularization, two lines of development were open: the social dance or the ... ...where one is...
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Joculator

clade Hypsogastropoda Joculator is a genus of minute sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Cerithiopsidae. This genus was described by Hedley in 1909. Species in the genus Joculator include: ...
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Joculator

In the Middle Ages a joculator was a professional jester, minstrel or jongleur.
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joculator

professional jester or minstrel
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