- gaiety, Gaiety; merriment.
- 1832-1888, Louisa May Alcott
- : ...filled the souls of old and young with visions of splendor, and fun.
- A playful antic.
verb (frolick, ing)
- German: Scherz
- (intransitive) To romp; to behave playfully and uninhibitedly.
- (context, transitive, archaic) To cause to be merry.
Etymology: From (term, vrolijk, , cheerful), or from (term, fríhlich, , blitheful, gaily, happy, merry), (term, frohlocken, , to rejoice, to exult).
- German: scherzen
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