Etymology
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playful (adj.)

"lighthearted, full of play, frolicsome, frisky," early 13c., pleiful, from play (n.) + -ful. Related: Playfully; playfulness.

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Definitions of playful

playful (adj.)
full of fun and high spirits;
playful children just let loose from school
From wordnet.princeton.edu