cachinnate [ kak-uh-neyt ]
verb (used without object), cach·in·nat·ed, cach·in·nat·ing.
1. to laugh loudly or immoderately.
OTHER WORDS FROM CACHINNATE
cach·in·na·to·ry [kak-uh-nuh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee, kuh-kin-uh-], adjective
WORDS RELATED TO CACHINNATE
roar, cackle, guffaw, break up, die laughing, laugh one's head off
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Origin: 1815–25; < Latin cachinnātus (past participle of cachinnāre to laugh aloud, laugh immoderately), equivalent to cachinn- laugh aloud + -ātus-ate
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That definition excludes women, because they giggle, or chuckle, or cachinnate.
PUNCHINELLO, VOL. II., NO. 35, NOVEMBER 26, 1870|VARIOUS
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