Definition of Humor. Meaning of Humor. Synonyms of Humor

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Humor. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Humor and, of course, Humor synonyms and on the right images related to the word Humor.

Definition of Humor

No result for Humor. Showing similar results...

Aqueous humor
Aqueous A"que*ous, a. [Cf. F. aqueux, L. aquosus, fr. aqua. See Aqua, Aquose.] 1. Partaking of the nature of water, or abounding with it; watery. The aqueous vapor of the air. --Tyndall. 2. Made from, or by means of, water. An aqueous deposit. --Dana. Aqueous extract, an extract obtained from a vegetable substance by steeping it in water. Aqueous humor (Anat.), one the humors of the eye; a limpid fluid, occupying the space between the crystalline lens and the cornea. (See Eye.) Aqueous rocks (Geol.), those which are deposited from water and lie in strata, as opposed to volcanic rocks, which are of igneous origin; -- called also sedimentary rocks.
Dishumor Dis*hu"mor, n. Ill humor. [Obs.]
Dishumor Dis*hu"mor, v. t. To deprive of humor or desire; to put out of humor. [Obs.] --B. Jonson.
Good-humored Good`-hu"mored, a. Having a cheerful spirit and demeanor; good-tempered. See Good-natured.
Good-humoredly Good`-hu"mored*ly, adv. With a cheerful spirit; in a cheerful or good-tempered manner.
Humoral Hu"mor*al, a. [Cf. F. humoral.] Pertaining to, or proceeding from, the humors; as, a humoral fever. Humoral pathology (Med.), the pathology, or doctrine of the nature of diseases, which attributes all morbid phenomena to the disordered condition of the fluids or humors of the body.
Humoral pathology
Humoral Hu"mor*al, a. [Cf. F. humoral.] Pertaining to, or proceeding from, the humors; as, a humoral fever. Humoral pathology (Med.), the pathology, or doctrine of the nature of diseases, which attributes all morbid phenomena to the disordered condition of the fluids or humors of the body.
Humoralism Hu"mor*al*ism, n. 1. (Med.) The state or quality of being humoral. 2. (Med.) The doctrine that diseases proceed from the humors; humorism. [Obs.]
Humoralist Hu"mor*al*ist, n. One who favors the humoral pathology or believes in humoralism.
Humorism Hu"mor*ism, n. 1. (Med.) The theory founded on the influence which the humors were supposed to have in the production of disease; Galenism. --Dunglison. 2. The manner or disposition of a humorist; humorousness. --Coleridge.
Humorist Hu"mor*ist, n. [Cf. F. humoriste.] 1. (Med.) One who attributes diseases of the state of the humors. 2. One who has some peculiarity or eccentricity of character, which he indulges in odd or whimsical ways. He [Roger de Coverley] . . . was a great humorist in all parts of his life. --Addison. 3. One who displays humor in speaking or writing; one who has a facetious fancy or genius; a wag; a droll. The reputation of wits and humorists. --Addison.
Humoristic Hu`mor*is"tic, a. Of, pertaining to, or resembling, a humorist.
Humorize Hu"mor*ize, v. t. To humor. --Marston.
Humorless Hu"mor*less, a. Destitute of humor.
Humorous Hu"mor*ous, a. [Cf. L. humorosus, umorosus, moist. See Humor.] 1. Moist; humid; watery. [Obs.] All founts wells, all deeps humorous. --Chapman. 2. Subject to be governed by humor or caprice; irregular; capricious; whimsical. --Hawthorne. Rough as a storm and humorous as the wind. --Dryden. 3. Full of humor; jocular; exciting laughter; playful; as, a humorous story or author; a humorous aspect. Syn: Jocose; facetious; witty; pleasant; merry.
Humorously Hu"mor*ous*ly, adv. 1. Capriciously; whimsically. We resolve rashly, sillily, or humorously. --Calamy. 2. Facetiously; wittily.
Humorousness Hu"mor*ous*ness, n. 1. Moodiness; capriciousness. 2. Facetiousness; jocularity.
Humorsome Hu"mor*some, a. 1. Moody; whimsical; capricious. --Hawthorne. The commons do not abet humorsome, factious arms. --Burke. 2. Jocose; witty; humorous. --Swift.
Humorsomely Hu"mor*some*ly, adv. Pleasantly; humorously.
Humorsomeness Hu"mor*some*ness, n. Quality of being humorsome.

Meaning of Humor from wikipedia

- English) or humor (American English) is the tendency of experiences to provoke laughter and provide amu****t. The term derives from the humoral medicine...
- Black comedy, also known as dark comedy, morbid humor, gallows humor, black humor, or dark humor, is a style of comedy that makes light of subject matter...
- Humorism, the humoral theory, or humoralism, is a system of medicine detailing a supposed makeup and workings of the human body, adopted by Ancient Gr****...
- A humor magazine is a magazine specifically designed to deliver humorous content to its readership. These publications often offer satire and parody,...
- include The Falls by Peter Greenaway and Brazil by Terry Gilliam. Surrealist humor has become increasingly po****r in both children- and adult-oriented western...
- of humor in Judaism dates back to the compilation of the Torah and the Midrash in the ancient Middle East, but the most famous form of Jewish humor consists...
- Anti-humor is a type of alternative humor that is based on the surprise factor of absence of an expected joke or of a punch line in a narration that is...
- Good Humor is a Good Humor-Breyers brand of ice cream started by Harry Burt in Youngstown, Ohio, US, in the early 1920s with the Good Humor bar, a chocolate-coated...
- Although humor is a phenomenon experienced by most humans, its exact cause is a topic of heavy debate. There are many theories of humor which attempt to...
- Flatulence humor, (more commonly known as **** jokes) refers to any type of joke, practical joke device, or other off-color humor related to flatulence...