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Numerology information Jocular:
Name Number: 8 Meaning: Outer, Body, Physical, Ambition, Power, Progress, Career, Success, Respect, Fame, Means, Karma
Definition funny of Jocular:
jocular |ˈjäkyələr| adjective fond of or characterized by joking; humorous or playful; someone who thinks themselves funny DERIVATIVES jocularity |ˌjäkyəˈlaritē| |ˈdʒɑkjəˈlɛrədi| |-ˈlarɪti| noun jocularly |ˈdʒɑkjələrli| adverb ORIGIN early 17th cent.: from Latin jocularis, from joculus, diminutive of jocus (see joke ).
she sounded in a jocular mood | his voice was jocular.
to joke or in a joking manner. Created on the tuff streets of Brunswick GA.
damn that trick is so jocular she poked holes in my condom.
1. The arm candy of popular people 2. Guys who play a sport and are popular 3. A combination of Jock and Popular
"Danny MUST hang with Joculars. I mean, Claire would never date a basketball player!"
people say that to be jocular you are merry and perky. but i think it really is to have an itch in the jock area, around the jock strap. you know what i mean, dude??
Songs about Jocular:
24 Preludes: Jocular, Teasing by Lisa Bergman from the Album ken Benshoof - 24 Peludes/ Patti's Parlour Pieces
First Person Jocular by 5uu\'s Dave Kerman from the Album Regarding Purgatories
In a Jocular Vein by The Weavers from the Album Together Again
Jocular (Cedaa remix) by Astronomar from the Album Ya'll Know EP
Jocular (Original Mix) by Astronomar from the Album Ya'll Know EP
The Jocular Joker by G.H. Chirgwin from the Album Varieties And Novelties
The Jocular Joker by G.H. Chirgwin from the Album Let's All Go To The Music Hall Volume 2 [Explicit]
Books about Jocular:
The Jocular Songster, etc. by Author Unknown (Apr 27, 2010)
Jocular science: The book by Bill Lae (1987)
Scrambled Eggs and Mashed Potatoes: A Jocular Conversation About Royalty by Herman Edel (May 26, 2011)
Aiming for the Jocular Vein by Erica Stux (Oct 31, 2013)
Studies in jocular literature: A popular subject more closely considered by William Carew Hazlitt (Jan 1, 1890)
Lies Of The Flesh (The Israfel Series): Rimed And Unrimed, Verse Serious & Jocular. by J. G. X. Borrege (1995)
Jocular Jingles: Limericks...and a Few Other Things by Jean M. Cluett and Nancy B. Harris (1996)