ETYM AS. blîthe blithe, kind; akin to Goth. bleiths kind, Icel. blîthr mild, gentle, Dan. and Swed. blid gentle, Dutch blijd blithe, Old High Germ. blîdi kind, blithe.
1. Carefree and happy and lighthearted; SYN. blithesome, lighthearted, lightsome.
2. Lacking or showing a lack of due concern.
droll / droʊl /
Comical in an odd or whimsical manner
Having a humorous, whimsical, or odd quality
frolicsome / frɒlɪksəm /
Full of gayety and mirth; given to pranks; sportive.
1. Full of or showing high-spirited merriment; SYN. jocund, jolly, jovial, merry, mirthful.
2. Given to social pleasures often including dissipation.
3. Homosexual or arousing homosexual desires; SYN. queer, homophile.
jocular / dʒɑːkjələr /
ETYM Latin jocularis, from joculus, dim. of jocus joke. Related to Joke.
Given to jesting; jocose.
jocund / dʒokənd /
jolly / dʒɑːli /
1. Full of life and mirth; jovial; joyous; merry; mirthful.
2. Expressing mirth, or inspiring it; exciting mirth and gaiety.
3. Of fine appearance; handsome; excellent; lively; agreeable; pleasant.
lazy / leɪzi /
Moving slowly and gently
merry / meri /
1. Joyful or jovial.
2. Full of gaiety or high spirits; mirthful.
3. Marked by festivity or gaiety.
4. Quick, brisk.