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Sommario: 1. josh. - 2. jocose. -
One's name is the sweetest sound. We can hear it even in a noisy room with many conversations going on. Back when I worked in the corporate world, my ears would perk up whenever someone mentioned "a new" (uh-noo) as in "We're buying a new server for this project."
New parents go to great lengths to pick a name for their newborn. They consider what a name sounds like, what it means, which famous people have or had it, and so on. They pick names that mean something positive, but sometimes names take on another meaning. This week we've picked five words that are also names (though these words are not necessarily derived from names).
noun: A teasing or joking remark.
Timothy Mangan; Once More, With Feeling; Orange County Register (Santa Ana, California); Apr 14, 2013.
Explore "josh" in the Visual Thesaurus.
jo·cose[joh-kohs, juh-] Show IPA
facetious, waggish, witty, funny, droll, comical, sportive, merry. See jovial.
- The man is jumoing the hurdle.
- The dolphin jumps out of the water.
- The woman is jumping in the air.
- The man is jumping on top of the mountain.
- the man jumped on top of the mountain.
- The man jumps on top of the mountain.
- jump a hurdle
- jump on top of a mountain.