Jongleur

• (n.) Alt. of Jongler
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jongleur

In medieval France, a wandering minstrel and entertainer. The jongleurs' talents varied greatly: some were jugglers, acrobats, mime artists, or exhibitors of animals; some recited and sang,...
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jongleur

professional storyteller or public entertainer in medieval France, often indistinguishable from the trouvère. The role of the jongleur included that ... [7 related articles]
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Jongleur

Those who entertain through juggling, acrobatics, music, and recitation.
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jongleur

wandering minstrel
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Jongleur

Wandering minstrel hired by the French troubadour and trouvères poets to perform their compositions.
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