gagman vs gagster what difference

what is difference between gagman and gagster

English

Etymology

gag +‎ -man

Noun

gagman (plural gagmen)

  1. A writer or performer of gags.

Anagrams

  • mganga

Czech

Noun

gagman m

  1. gagman

French

Noun

gagman m (plural gagmans)

  1. gagman


English

Etymology

Derived from gag +‎ -ster.

Noun

gagster (plural gagsters)

  1. joker; comedian
    • 1992, Jon Pillar, Jonny Quest (video game review) in Your Sinclair (issue 75, March 1992)
      Jonny Quest is one of Hanna-Barbera’s ‘soap opera’ cartoons, dealing with realistic characters as opposed to out-and-out slapstick gagsters.

References

  • Van Dale’s Engels-Nederlands and Nederlands-Engels.

Anagrams

  • gargets, stagger, taggers

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