Joke vs Makegame - What's the difference?
As a proper noun joke
is , diminutive of jo.
As a noun makegame is
a laughingstock; the butt of a joke.
An amusing story.
Something said or done for amusement, not in seriousness.
- Or witty joke our airy senses moves / To pleasant laughter.
* Alexander Pope
- It was a joke !
(figuratively) The root cause or main issue, especially an unexpected one
(figuratively) A worthless thing or person.
- Enclose whole downs in walls, 'tis all a joke .
- Your effort at cleaning your room is a joke .
- The president was a joke .
* Adjectives often applied to "joke": old, bad, inside, poor, silly, funny, lame, hilarious, stupid, offensive.
* See also
* bad joke
* standing joke
* knock-knock joke
* light bulb joke
* practical joke
To do or say something for amusement rather than seriously.
(dated) To make merry with; to make jokes upon; to rally.
- I didn’t mean what I said — I was only joking .
- to joke a comrade
A laughingstock; the butt of a joke.