Translation of jester in Spanish:

jester

bufón, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdʒɛstər//ˈdʒɛstə/

noun

  • 1

    bufón masculine
    • Like the jester at a medieval court whose caperings and quips recalled the king to sanity, he aimed only to remind the world of its duty.
    • The gray-furred Child laughed, cavorting around the confused guards like a court jester in a medieval kingdom.
    • Adamson's Feste sings well and impresses as a talented professional court jester, but misses the deeper, darker tones of the part.
    • Being mad as a porphyric hatter, evidently, monarchy just went along with those jolly court jesters, and then damned the resulting tea party.
    • The character has a variety of origins, from the medieval court jester to the licensed clown of the Feast of Fools.