Playfully, in jest
Expression: He wet himself with pee (either through laughter or fear).
Expression: Laughed heartily with his mouth open, smiled broadly
- A mood inducing laughter.
- An itch
- to laugh
- to deceive, cheat
numbered Plural: Daħkiet
Expression: Fortune smiled on him
To make someone laugh.
Expression: Ridiculed himself, became a laughing stock.
Making fun of others.
Proverb: In life, laugh because there will come a time when you cannot.
To cause somebody to laugh heartily.
- To faint or swoon; to become numb (for example after being hit)
- To laugh heartily.
To play the fool.
When a woman laughs, it is because she wants to deceive you and when she cries it is because she already has.
Also Kitkit or katkat: A. to make a cackling sound (e.g. as chickens do); to attract fowls when preparing their food; B. to laugh up one’s sleeve; be secretly or inwardly amused.
Comedian; tal-kummiedja: clown
Proverb: He who laughs last, laughs best
Sound of laughter.