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juggler (s) (noun), jugglers (pl)
1. A person who performs juggling feats; such as, with balls, knives, etc.
2. Someone who deceives by trickery; a trickster.
3. Anyone who tries to manage or alternate the requirements of (two or more tasks, responsibilities, activities, etc.) so as to handle each adequately: Shirley was a mother who had to juggle the obligations of her job and the school for her children.
4. Etymology: from about 1100, iugulere, "jester, buffoon"; also "wizard, sorcerer" from Old English geogelere, "magician, conjurer", also from Anglo-French, from Old French jogleor, from Latin joculatorem, joculator, "joker" from joculari, "to joke."
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