humour englannista suomeksi
(RQ:Irving Tales of a Traveller)
(RQ:Marshall Squire's Daughter)
(senseid) A mood, especially a bad mood; a temporary state of mind or disposition brought upon by an event; an abrupt illogical inclination or whim.
(RQ:Shakespeare Merry Wives)
1684, (w), ''Essay on Translated Verse''
- Examine how your humour is inclined, / And which the ruling passion of your mind.
(RQ:South Twelve Sermons)
(quote-book)|title=s:Twelve O'Clock|Twelve O'Clock|chapter=1|passage=(It was the town's humour to be always gassing of phantom investors who were likely to come any moment and pay a thousand prices for everything)—“(nb..)Them rich fellers, they don't make no bad breaks with their money.(nb..)”
1763, (w), ''History of Louisisana'' (PG), (tr. 1774) page 42:
- For some days a ''fistula lacrymalis'' had come into my left eye, which discharged an humour, when pressed, that portended danger.
sense of humour
A "cardinal humour" (gloss)
A bodily liquid or substance that is caused by disease.
One of the two (usually reckoned as three or four) fluidous portions of the eye.
Any fluid; something which flows or moves in a fluidous manner:
The liquid contained within a plant; plant juices.
One of the four classical elements (gloss).
(alternative form of)