English translation of 'परिहास'
mn/parihasa, parihAsa, parihaasa, parihās, prihasa, prihAsa, prihaasa, prihās, parihas, parihAs, parihaas, prihas, prihAs, prihaas/
1. gag countable noun
A gag is a joke.[informal]
2. humour uncountable noun
You can refer to the amusing things that people say as their humour.
She is a fan of his outrageous humour.
3. joke intransitive verb, countable noun
If you joke, or if you make a joke, you say something amusing or tell a funny story to make people laugh.
She joked about her appearance.
I was only joking, Charlie.
He made a joke about a lawyer.
4. quip intransitive verb, countable noun
To quip or to make a quip means to say something that is intended to be amusing or clever.[written]
'He'll have to go on a diet,' Ballard quipped.
5. witticism countable noun
A witticism is a witty remark or joke.[formal]
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Translation of परिहास from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary