ribald [rib-uh ld; spelling pronunciation rahy-buh ld]
1. vulgar or indecent in speech, language, etc.; coarsely mocking, abusive, or irreverent; scurrilous.
2. a ribald person.
1. indecent, obscene, gross.
Origin: 1200-50; Middle English ribald, ribaud (noun) < Old French ribau (l) d, equivalent to rib (er) to be licentious (< Old High German rīben to copulate, be in heat, literally, rub) + -au (l) d, -alt < Frankish *-wald a suffix in personal names, derivative of *walden to rule; compare parallel development of -ard
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