Definición de ribald en inglés:

ribald

Silabificación: rib·ald
Pronunciación: /ˈribəld
 
, ˈrīˌbôld
 
/

adjetivo

Referring to sexual matters in an amusingly rude or irreverent way: a ribald comment
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Stories rich in erotic or scatological suggestion can elicit ribald laughter as well.
  • When is a bawdy, ribald tale of a wanton wench and her very naughty sexual adventures as boring as a trip to the Field Museum to watch dinosaur bones fossilize?
  • Not so much among the Catholic faithful and people favorably disposed to the Church, but among the general public the positions and pronouncements of bishops will for years to come be met with ribald comments about clerics and little boys.

Origen

Middle English (as a noun denoting a lowly retainer or a licentious or irreverent person): from Old French ribauld, from riber 'indulge in licentious pleasures', from a Germanic base meaning 'prostitute'.

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