zany

[n] - a buffoon in one of the old comedies
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Zany

Za'ny noun ; plural Zanies . [ Italian zanni a buffoon, merry- andrew, orig. same as Giovanni John, i. e. , merry John, Latin Ioannes , Greek ..., Hebrew Yōkhānān , prop., the Lord graciously gave: confer French zani , from...
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Zany

Za'ny transitive verb To mimic. [ Obsolete] « Your part is acted; give me leave at distance To zany it.» Massinger.
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zany

noun a buffoon in one of the old comedies; imitates others for ludicrous effect
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Zany

• (n.) A merry-andrew; a buffoon. • (v. t.) To mimic.
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zany

ludicrous or foolish
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