What is German for clown?

What is German for clown?

clown {noun} Dummkopf {m} [coll.]

What is a Payasos?

clowns. More meanings for payaso. clown noun. clown, bufón, patán. buffoon noun.

What is clown Italian?

[klaʊn ] (in circus) pagliaccio ⧫ clown m inv. (informal) buffone m.

How do you say clown in different languages?

Italian: clown or pagliaccio. Spanish: payaso. Catalan and Galician: pallasso. Turkish: palyaço.

What is Dutch for clown?

harlekijn, de ~ (m) Noun. pierrot, de ~ (m) Noun. clown, de ~ (m) Noun.

What is the meaning of dummkopf?

noun. a stupid person; dumbbell; blockhead.

What is Payso?

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What is Palabrero in Spanish?

palabrero Noun. palabrero, el ~ (m) (cobistapelotillero) flatterer, the ~ Noun. toady, the ~ Noun. fawner, the ~ Noun.

What are some clown names?

10 Most Notable – and Often Creepy – Clowns in Pop Culture

  1. Ronald McDonald.
  2. Bozo the Clown.
  3. Krusty the Clown.
  4. Pennywise the Dancing Clown, a.k.a. It.
  5. The Joker.
  6. Twisty the Clown.
  7. John Wayne Gacy, a.k.a. Pogo the Clown, a.k.a. The Killer Clown.
  8. Happy Slappy.

What is a stock clown?

Scaramouche (French: [skaʁamuʃ]) or Scaramouch (English: /ˈskærəmuː(t)ʃ, -maʊtʃ/; from Italian Scaramuccia [skaraˈmuttʃa], literally “little skirmisher”) is a stock clown character of the 16th-century commedia dell’arte (comic theatrical arts of Italian literature).

How do you say jester in different languages?

Translations for jester

  1. مهرجArabic.
  2. bufóCatalan, Valencian.
  3. šašekCzech.
  4. hofnarDanish.
  5. Hofnarr, Narr, SpaßvogelGerman.
  6. bufónSpanish.
  7. لودهPersian.
  8. narri, hovinarriFinnish.

What does Doom cough mean?

stupid head
The German word “dummkopf” (doom-cough) means “stupid head” in English and is used to describe an ignorant person.