characterized by playful behavior or a playful outlook
Origin of ludicFrench ludique ; from Classical Latin ludus: see ludicrous
Of or relating to play or playfulness: “Fiction &ellipsis; now makes [language] the center of its reflexive concern, and explodes in ludic, parodic, ironic forms” (Ihab Hassan).
Origin of ludicFrench ludique, from Latin l&umacron;dus, play; see leid- in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more ludic, superlative most ludic)