NounJoker (plural Jokers)
- A person who makes jokes.
- (slang) A funny person
- A jester.
- A playing card that features a picture of a joker (that is, a jester) and that may be used as a wild card in some card games.
- An unspecified, vaguely disreputable person.
- Some joker keeps changing this web page.
- (New Zealand, colloquial) A man.
Adjectives for Joker
absolute; loud-tonued; misused.
Adamite, Artful Dodger, Casanova, Don Juan, Machiavel, Machiavelli, Machiavellian, ace, actor, artful dodge, artifice, astonishment, bad boy, bag of tricks, bamboozler, banana, bastard, befuddler, beguiler, being, best bower, bill, bird, blind, block, blockade, blockbuster, blow, bluff, body, bomb, bombshell, booger, bosey, bottleneck, boundary condition, bower, buffoon, bugger, burlesquer, calendar, card, cards, caricaturist, cat, catch, catch-22, chap, character, charmer, chicanery, chouse, clause, clown, clubs, comedian, comedienne, comic, companion bills amendment, condition, cordon, counterfeiter, creature, crux, curtain, curve, curve-ball, customer, cutup, deceiver, deck, deluder, design, determent, deterrent, deuce, device, devil, diamonds, difficulty, dirty deal, dirty trick, dissembler, dissimulator, dodge, dodger, donnee, double-dealer, dragnet clause, drawback, droll, duck, dummy, duper, earthling, earthshaker, elf, enacting clause, enchanter, enfant terrible, entrancer, epigrammatist, escalator clause, escape clause, escape hatch, eye-opener, face cards, faker, farceur, fast deal, feint, feller, fellow, fetch, ficelle, fine print, flush, fooler, forger, full house, funmaker, funnyman, gag writer, gagman, gagster, gambit, gay deceiver, gimmick, given, googly, groundling, grounds, guy, hand, hang-up, hazard, head, hearts, hitch, hoaxer, hocus-pocus, hold-up bill, homo, hood, hoodlum, hooligan, human, human being, humorist, hurdle, hypnotizer, imp, individual, ironist, jack, jasper, jester, jilt, jilter, jokesmith, jokester, juggle, kicker, kidder, king, knave, lad, lampooner, left bower, leg-puller, life, limiting condition, little devil, little monkey, little rascal, living soul, madcap, man, mesmerizer, minx, mischief, mischief-maker, misleader, mortal, motion, nose, objection, obligation, obstacle, obstruction, obstructive, omnibus bill, one, one small difficulty, pack, pair, parameter, parodist, party, pass, peripeteia, person, personage, personality, picture cards, pinch, pitfall, pixie, plagiarist, plagiarizer, playactor, playing cards, ploy, practical joker, prankster, prerequisite, privileged question, provision, provisions, proviso, puck, punner, punster, queen, question, quipster, ragger, rapscallion, rascal, reparteeist, requisite, revelation, rider, rogue, role-player, round, rowdy, royal flush, rub, rubber, ruff, ruffian, ruse, satirist, saving clause, scamp, scapegrace, scheme, scurvy trick, seducer, shift, shocker, sine qua non, single, singleton, sleight, sleight of hand, sleight-of-hand trick, small print, snag, somebody, someone, soul, spades, specification, spoofer, staggerer, startler, stipulation, straight, stratagem, string, stud, stumbling block, stumbling stone, subterfuge, surprisal, surprise, surprise ending, surprise package, surprise party, switch, tease, teaser, tellurian, terms, terran, thunderbolt, thunderclap, trap, trey, trick, trickster, trump, twist, ultimatum, wag, wagwit, whereas, wile, wisecracker, wit, witling, worldling, zany
- (playing cards) playing card, card; ace, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, jack, queen, king, joker 
- Wikipedia article on jokers (jesters)
- Wikipedia article on the joker (playing card)
- Wikipedia article on the Joker in Batman
- joker (playing card)
- (card games) joker
- IPA: /ˈd͡ʐɔkɛr/