humour definition of humour in Oxford dictionary (British World English Humor

/ noun the starting point for the genetic study of a mily See full definition

: via Old French from Latin humor moisture, from humere). The original sense was bodily fluid (surviving in aqueous humour and vitreous humour); it was used specifically for any of the cardinal humours ), whence mental disposition (thought to be caused by the relative proportions of the humours). This led,new york escort in the 16th century, to the senses mood ) humour definition of humour in Oxford dictionary (British World English Humorand whim Humor, hence to humour someone to indulge a persons whim. dates from the late 16th century

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