Sonja's English-Esperanto Dictionary

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silly adj (a bit crazy) frenezeta, (crazy) freneza, (opposite of serious) malserioza, (making jokes) ŝercema, (stupid, foolish) stulta, stulte naiva, (ridiculous) ridinda, (frivolous) frivolaAk, (childish) infanecauz, infanaĵaKr
dork N (silly, crazy) frenez(et)ulo; (strange) strangulo; (naive, unaware) naivulo; (quirky) kapriculo; (stupid) stultulo, idioto
giggle VI (nervous) nervoze ridi, (silly, foolish) frenezete rideti, (stifled, held back) subridiPIV,JW, (teasing, flirty) kokete ridi
goof off vi (idle) mallabori, (avoid work) eviti labori, (waste time) malŝpari tempon, (be silly, opposite of serious) malseriozi
goofy (silly) see silly, (ridiculous) ridinda; (surfing) kun la dekstra piedo antaŭe
happy-go-lucky adj (silly and carefree) facilanimaZ
light-hearted adj (cheerful) gaja, (positive, in a good mood) bonhumora, (carefree) senzorga, (happy-go-lucky, silly and carefree) facilanima



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