Word – Cachinnate
Cachinnate – Word of the Day
(Verb): The word ‘Cachinnate’ is an intransitive verb that means laughing loudly or maniacally.
The word ‘Cachinnate’ means to laugh immoderately or loudly. History dates back to 1824 when ‘Cachinnate’ originated, and since the beginning of the 19th century, the word has been used. It is derived from the Latin word ‘Cachinnatum’ and the verb ‘Cachinnare,’ which means loud laugh.
1.Verb Examples – Cachinnate/ Cachinnating
- People cachinnate during stand up comedies, as they’re incredibly humorous.
- Suppandi’s comics will surely make you cachinnate when you turn the pages.
- He was not in a mood to cachinnate when she was telling her childhood story.
- She was cachinnating when her daughter was explaining her fight with her best friend.
- When her enemy was about to slip from the stairs, she cachinnated.
- Little children cachinnate when they are giggled by elders.
- When Rose had a bad day, her friends decided to cheer and cachinnate her up by enacting a play.
- When all my friends gather at a place, we tease each other and cachinnate.
- You must avoid cachinnating like a maniac when you are in a room filled with gentlemen.
- You can’t cachinnate at a funeral.
2. Noun Examples – Cachinnation/ Cachinnator
- The children burst out in cachinnation when the teacher misspelled Rosie’s name.
- The cachinnations became so violent that it was unstoppable.
- The theatre play was a real cachinnator.
- She’s a cachinnator; she can make anyone laugh with her silly jokes.
- There was huge cachinnation, when he narrated funny stories.