- Is zany a real word?
- Is Zany an insult?
- Is zany a Scrabble word?
- Does zany mean crazy?
- What does the word Zappy mean?
- Is Zappys a word?
- Which word is most similar to zany?
- What is zany mood?
- What does zestful mean?
- What is idiosyncratic style?
- Is ZAPY a word?
- What is a zany person?
- What is the origin of the word zany?
- What does witty mean in English?
Is zany a real word?
noun, plural za·nies.
a professional buffoon; clown.
a silly person; simpleton..
Is Zany an insult?
If you’ve been called zany, you are goofy, wacky, and clownish. Zany describes very silly people and behaviors. If you break into a bad, old-guy imitation of hip-hop, you might be trying too hard to be zany.
Is zany a Scrabble word?
ZANY is a valid scrabble word.
Does zany mean crazy?
When used as adjectives, crazy means insane, whereas zany means unusual and bizarre in a funny, comical way. Crazy is also adverb with the meaning: very, extremely. Zany is also verb with the meaning: to mimic foolishly.
What does the word Zappy mean?
energetic, livelyenergetic, lively, or fast-moving; zippy.
Is Zappys a word?
Yes, zappy is in the scrabble dictionary.
Which word is most similar to zany?
other words for zanycomical.eccentric.goofy.kooky.loony.madcap.sappy.wacky.
What is zany mood?
zany in British English 1. comical in an endearing way; imaginatively funny or comical, esp in behaviour. nounWord forms: plural -nies. 2.
What does zestful mean?
full of zest. characterized by keen relish, hearty enjoyment, etc.
What is idiosyncratic style?
adjective. If you describe someone’s actions or characteristics as idiosyncratic, you mean that they are rather unusual.
Is ZAPY a word?
ZAPY is not a valid scrabble word.
What is a zany person?
zany • \ZAY-nee\ • noun. 1 : a subordinate clown or acrobat in old comedies who mimics ludicrously the tricks of the principal 2 : one who acts the buffoon to amuse others 3 : a foolish, eccentric, or crazy person.
What is the origin of the word zany?
zany (n.) comic performer, 1580s, from French zani, from Italian zani, zanni “a zany, clown,” originally Zanni, Venetian dialect variant of Gianni, pet form of Giovanni “John;” thus equivalent to English Jack. A stock character in old comedies, he aped the principal actors.
What does witty mean in English?
1 : marked by or full of clever humor or wit : smartly facetious or jocular a witty novel. 2 : quick or ready to see or express illuminating or amusing relationships or insights a witty raconteur.