archimime

Mimic vs Archimime - What's the difference?

mimic | archimime |


As nouns the difference between mimic and archimime

is that mimic is a person who practices mimicry, or mime while archimime is the chief jester or mimic who would imitate the dead person as part of ancient roman funeral processions.

As a verb mimic

is to imitate, especially in order to ridicule.

As an adjective mimic

is pertaining to mimicry; imitative.

Jester vs Archimime - What's the difference?

jester | archimime |


As nouns the difference between jester and archimime

is that jester is one who jests, jokes or mocks while archimime is the chief jester or mimic who would imitate the dead person as part of ancient roman funeral processions.