an entertainer who performs monologues, dramatic impersonations, etc.
Origin of diseurFr, literally , speaker ; from base dis- of dire (L dicere), to say, speak
- A man who is a skilled and usually professional storyteller, poet, or other spoken-word performer.
- A male singer whose performance of song lyrics is especially expressive.
Origin of diseurFrench, from Old French, from dire, dis-, to say, from Latin d&imacron;cere; see diction.