- of, like, or having to do with comedy
- amusing or intended to be amusing; humorous; funny
- of comic strips or cartoons
Origin of comicMiddle English comice ; from Classical Latin comicus ; from Classical Greek k?mikos ; from k?mos, revel
- a comedian
- the humorous element in art or life
- comic strip or comic book
- a section of comic strips, as in a newspaper: often with the
- Characteristic of or having to do with comedy.
- Of or relating to comic strips.
- Amusing; humorous: a comic situation involving the family's pets.
- a. A comedian.b. A person whose behavior elicits laughter.
- a. comics Comic strips.b. A comic book.
- A source of humor in art or life.
Origin of comicMiddle English comice, from Latin c&omacron;micus, from Greek k&omacron;mikos, from k&omacron;mos, revel.
(comparative more comic, superlative most comic)
From Latin comicus, from Ancient Greek κωμικός (komikos, “relating to comedy”), from κῶμος (kōmos, “carousal”).