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limerick

noun /ˈlimərik/
a type of humorous poem with five lines, the third and fourth lines being shorter than the others. quintilla humorística
(Definition of limerick from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “limerick”
in Vietnamese thể thơ hài hước năm câu…
in Malaysian limerik…
in Thai กลอนตลก…
in French poème humoristique…
in German der Limerik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 五行打油诗…
in Indonesian puisi lucu…
in Chinese (Traditional) 五行打油詩…
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