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comedy (s) (noun), comedies (pl)
Etymology: from Old French comedie, 14th century, "a poem" not in the theatrical sense; from Latin comoedia, from Greek komoidia, "a comedy, amusing spectacle"; probably from komodios, "actor or singer in in a comic chorus," from komos, "revel, carousal, merry-making, festival" + aoidos, "singer, poet"; from aeidein, "to sing"; related to Greek oideor ode
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