Etymology
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ribaldry (n.)

late 14c., ribaudrie, "debauchery, bawdy speech, obscenity or coarseness of language," from Old French ribauderie "debauchery, licentiousness," from ribalt (see ribald). An earlier noun was ribaudie (late 13c.), from Old French ribaudie.

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Definitions of ribaldry

ribaldry (n.)
ribald humor;
ribaldry (n.)
behavior or language bordering on indelicacy;
Synonyms: gaminess / raciness / spiciness
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