noun jug·gler \ˈjə-g(ə-)lər\

Definition of juggler

  1. 1a :  one who performs tricks or acts of magic or deftnessb :  one skilled in keeping several objects in motion in the air at the same time by alternately tossing and catching them

  2. 2 :  one who manipulates especially in order to achieve a desired end

Origin and Etymology of juggler

Middle English jogelour minstrel, magician, from Anglo-French jugleur, jogolur, from Latin joculator, from joculari

First Known Use: 14th century

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