What would you like to do?
Answer: I believe the correct answer is comedienne although you stumped me for awhile. If memory serves me correctly, 'comedienne' was used more frequently when I was a child. I know I saw that word more often when I was younger and I rarely see it nowadays. The reasoning for that is open to interpretation, but I do believe the answer to the question "What is the feminine equivalent of the word comedian?" is comedienne.
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Make people laugh through jokes or other antics.
the word is "Instructrice"
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i think comedian is the general term for a comedy entertainer and is ment for both men and women there is no feminine form of comedian
My favorite TV shows is one with a comedian in it. Jay Leno is my favorite comedian.
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The comedian slipped on the puddles of liquidized tomatoes while running after he made the worst jokes in history.
The comedian appeared on the stage and made everyone burst out laughing.
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for a male or a female, such as male and female. The noun comedian is a common gender… noun, a word for a male or a female who performs comedy. The gender noun for a female is comedienne.
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