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Fun | Define Fun at Dictionary.com

[fuhn]

SynonymsExamplesWord Origin

See more synonyms for fun on Thesaurus.comnoun

  1. something that provides mirth or amusement: A picnic would be fun.
  2. enjoyment or playfulness: She’s full of fun.

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verb (used with or without object), funned, fun·ning,

  1. Informal. joke; kid.

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adjective, fun·ner, fun·nest.

  1. Informal. of or relating to fun, especially to social fun: a fun thing to do; really a fun person; the funnest game.
  2. Informal. whimsical; flamboyant: The fashions this year are definitely on the fun side.

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Idioms

  1. for/in fun, as a joke; not seriously; playfully: His insults were only in fun.
  2. like fun, Informal. certainly not; of doubtful truth: He told us that he finished the exam in an hour. Like fun he did!
  3. make fun of, to make the object of ridicule; deride: The youngsters made fun of their teacher.

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Origin of fun

1675–85; dialectal variant of obsolete fon to befool. See fond1

Synonyms for fun

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Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019


Related Words for fun

enjoyable, pleasant, entertaining, amusing, lively, enjoyment, joke, celebration, pastime, joy, pleasure, sport, laughter, distraction, picnic, nonsense, gaiety, absurdity, playfulness, entertainment


Examples from the Web for fun

Contemporary Examples of fun

  • It may be fun and it may get them paid, until oversaturation ruins our sense for irony and destroys the market for it.

  • But quite unlike the schmuck, and this is the fun part, they never run up the white flag; indeed quite the opposite.

  • But the fun starts when conservatives stop playing defense and go on offense.

  • It was fearless and raunchy and fun and ridiculous and weird and feminist and powerful.

  • In both of these latter cases, their eyes show more focus than fun, like tonight is a job.

Historical Examples of fun

  • So while you were having your fun there I was having mine here, and I had it good and plenty.

  • Anyway, he said, Jim had already sure-enough drowned as fur as there was any fun in it.

  • The fun and the excitement of the game are more than the game.

  • There’s more where it came from, and no end of fun going after it.

  • And that’s why I’m outlastin’ a lot of the boys and still gettin’ my fun out of the game.


British Dictionary definitions for fun

fun

noun

  1. a source of enjoyment, amusement, diversion, etc
  2. pleasure, gaiety, or merriment
  3. jest or sport (esp in the phrases in or for fun)
  4. fun and games facetious, ironic amusement; frivolous activity
  5. like fun informal
    1. (adverb)quickly; vigorously
    2. (interjection)not at all! certainly not!
  6. make fun of or poke fun at to ridicule or deride
  7. (modifier) full of amusement, diversion, gaiety, etca fun sport

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verb funs, funning or funned

  1. (intr) informal to act in a joking or sporting manner

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Word Origin for fun

C17: perhaps from obsolete fon to make a fool of; see fond 1

Collins English Dictionary — Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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Word Origin and History for funn.

«diversion, amusement,» 1727, earlier «a cheat, trick» (c.1700), from verb fun (1680s) «to cheat, hoax,» of uncertain origin, probably a variant of Middle English fonnen «befool» (c.1400; see fond).

Stigmatized by Johnson as «a low cant word.» Older sense is preserved in phrase to make fun of (1737) and funny money «counterfeit bills» (1938, though this may be more for the sake of the rhyme). See also funny.

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Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper


Idioms and Phrases with fun

fun

In addition to the idiom beginning with fun

  • fun and games
  • funny bone
  • funny business
  • funny money

also see:

  • for fun
  • like fun
  • make fun of
  • more fun than a barrel of monkeys

Also see underfunny.

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The American Heritage® Idioms Dictionary
Copyright © 2002, 2001, 1995 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.


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Fun — Wikipedia

Children having fun playing with snow
Surfers enjoying their sport

Fun is the enjoyment of pleasure, particularly in leisure activities. Fun is an experience often unexpected, informal or purposeless. It is an enjoyable distraction, diverting the mind and body from any serious task or contributing an extra dimension to it. Although particularly associated with recreation and play, fun may be encountered during work, social functions, and even seemingly mundane activities of daily living. It may often have little to no logical basis, and opinions on whether an activity is fun may differ from person to person. A distinction between enjoyment and fun is difficult but possible to articulate, fun being a more spontaneous, playful, or active event. There are psychological and physiological implications to the experience of fun.

Etymology and usage[edit]

The word fun is associated with sports, sex, entertaining media, high merriment,[1] and amusement. Although its etymology is uncertain, it may be derived from fonne (fool) and fonnen (the one fooling the other).[2] Its meaning in 1727 was «cheat, trick, hoax», a meaning still retained in the phrase «to make fun of».[3]

The landlady was going to reply, but was prevented by the peace-making sergeant, sorely to the displeasure of Partridge, who was a great lover of what is called fun, and a great promoter of those harmless quarrels which tend rather to the production of comical than tragical incidents.
Henry Fielding, The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling (1749)[4]

The way the word fun is used demonstrates its distinctive elusiveness and happiness. Expressions such as «Have fun!» and «That was fun!» indicate that fun is pleasant, personal, and to some extent unpredictable. Expressions such as «I was making fun of myself» convey the sense that fun is something that can be amusing and not to be taken seriously. The adjective «funny» has two meanings which often need to be clarified between a speaker and listener. One meaning is «amusing, jocular, droll» and the other meaning is «odd, quirky, peculiar». These differences indicate the evanescent and experiential nature of fun and the difficulty of distinguishing «fun» from «enjoyment».[5]

Fun’s evanescence can be seen when an activity regarded as fun becomes goal-oriented. Many physical activities and individual sports are regarded as fun until the participant seeks to win a competition, at which point, much of the fun may disappear as the individual’s focus tightens. Surfing is an

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definition of fun by The Free Dictionary

fun

 (fŭn)n.

1. Enjoyment; amusement: We had fun at the beach.

2. A source of enjoyment, amusement, or pleasure: Was the party fun?

v. funned, fun·ning, funs Informal

v.intr.

To speak or act facetiously; joke or fool.

v.tr.

To tease or speak playfully to.

adj. Informal

Enjoyable; amusing: «You’re a real fun guy» (Margaret Truman).

Idiom: for/in fun

As a joke; playfully.


[Possibly from fon, to make a fool of, from Middle English fonnen, to fool, possibly from fonne, fool.]

Usage Note: The use of fun as an adjective probably originated when people heard the noun in sentences like Skiing is fun and interpreted it as a predicate adjective along the lines of Skiing is enjoyable. From there it was a short step to using fun attributively to modify a noun, as in a fun time or a fun place. This usage has become widespread and must be considered standard; in our 2015 survey, the sentence We went to a fun party was judged acceptable by 84 percent of the Usage Panel. The inflection of the adjective (as funner, funnest) is another matter. Although the inflected forms have been in use since the 1950s, they are almost never found in edited prose aside from direct quotations, usually of children. In our survey, funner and funnest were rated as unacceptable by 88 percent and 80 percent of the Panelists, respectively, and most of the remainder rated them as merely «somewhat acceptable.»

fun

(fʌn) n

1. a source of enjoyment, amusement, diversion, etc

2. pleasure, gaiety, or merriment

3. jest or sport (esp in the phrases in or for fun)

4. fun and games facetious ironic amusement; frivolous activity

5. like fun informal

a. (adverb) quickly; vigorously

b. (interjection) not at all! certainly not!

6. make fun of poke fun at to ridicule or deride

7. (modifier) full of amusement, diversion, gaiety, etc: a fun sport.

vb, funs, funning or funned

(intr) informal to act in a joking or sporting manner

[C17: perhaps from obsolete fon to make a fool of; see fond1]

fun

(fʌn)

n., v. funned, fun•ning, n.

1. something that provides mirth or amusement: A picnic would be fun.

2. enjoyment or playfulness: She’s full of fun.

v.i., v.t.

3. Informal. to joke; kid.

adj.

4. Informal. providing pleasure or amusement; enjoyable: a fun thing to do; really a fun person.

Idioms:

1. for or in fun, as a joke; not seriously; playfully.

2. like fun, Informal. certainly not; by no means: Pay you double? Like fun!

3. make fun of, to make the object of ridicule; deride.

[1675–85; dial. variant of obsolete fon]

fun

– funny1. ‘fun’

If something is fun, it is pleasant, enjoyable, and not serious.

It’s fun working for him.

If you have fun, you enjoy yourself.

We had great fun at the party.

She wanted a bit more fun out of life.

Be Careful!
Fun is an uncountable noun. Don’t say that someone ‘has funs’ or ‘has a great fun’.

If you want to say that something is very enjoyable, you can say that it is great fun or a lot of fun.

The game was great fun.

In conversation and informal writing, you can use fun as an adjective. Don’t use fun in this way in formal writing.

It was a fun evening.

She’s a really fun person to be around.

2. ‘funny’

If something is funny, it is amusing and makes you smile or laugh.

She told funny stories.

Wayne could be very funny when he wanted to.

You can also say that something is funny when it is strange, surprising, or puzzling.

The funny thing is, we went to Arthur’s house just yesterday.

Have you noticed anything funny about this plane?

fun

Past participle: funned
Gerund: funning

ImperativePresentPreteritePresent ContinuousPresent PerfectPast ContinuousPast PerfectFutureFuture PerfectFuture ContinuousPresent Perfect ContinuousFuture Perfect ContinuousPast Perfect ContinuousConditionalPast Conditional

Present
I fun
you fun
he/she/it funs
we fun
you fun
they fun
Preterite
I funned
you funned
he/she/it funned
we funned
you funned
they funned
Present Continuous
I am funning
you are funning
he/she/it is funning
we are funning
you are funning
they are funning
Present Perfect
I have funned
you have funned
he/she/it has funned
we have funned
you have funned
they have funned
Past Continuous
I was funning
you were funning
he/she/it was funning
we were funning
you were funning
they were funning
Past Perfect
I had funned
you had funned
he/she/it had funned
we had funned
you had funned
they had funned
Future
I will fun
you will fun
he/she/it will fun
we will fun
you will fun
they will fun
Future Perfect
I will have funned
you will have funned
he/she/it will have funned
we will have funned
you will have funned
they will have funned
Future Continuous
I will be funning
you will be funning
he/she/it will be funning
we will be funning
you will be funning
they will be funning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been funning
you have been funning
he/she/it has been funning
we have been funning
you have been funning
they have been funning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been funning
you will have been funning
he/she/it will have been funning
we will have been funning
you will have been funning
they will have been funning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been funning
you had been funning
he/she/it had been funning
we had been funning
you had been funning
they had been funning
Conditional
I would fun
you would fun
he/she/it would fun
we would fun
you would fun
they would fun
Past Conditional
I would have funned
you would have funned
he/she/it would have funned
we would have funned
you would have funned
they would have funned

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