jongleur[jäŋ′glər; Fr z̸hōn glër′]
jongleur definition by Webster's New World
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a wandering minstrel in medieval France and England, who entertained by reciting or singing
Origin: French ; from Old French jogleor: see juggler
jongleur definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A wandering minstrel, poet, or entertainer in medieval England and France.
Origin: French, from Old French, variant of jogleor, from Latin ioculātor, jester, from ioculārī, to jest; see juggle.