listen to the pronunciation of zany
Englisch - Türkisch
saçma ve gülünç
aptal kimse
{i} budala
{i} maskara
{s} delidolu
{i} palyaço
Englisch - Englisch
ludicrously or incongruously comical
bizarre, clownish
A fool or clown

So as I lay on the ground with my ear glued close against the wall, who should march round the church but John Trenchard, Esquire, not treading delicately like King Agag, or spying, but just come on a voyage of discovery for himself. For in the church on Sunday, when we heard the tapping in the vault below, my young gentleman was scared enough; but afterwards, being told by Parson Glennie — who should know better — that such noises were not made by ghosts, but by the Mohunes at sea in their coffins, he plucks up heart, and comes down on the Monday to see if they are still afloat. So there he caught me lying like a zany on the ground. You may guess I stood at attention soon enough, but told him I was looking at the founds to see if they wanted underpinning from the floods.

{a} a buffoon, a sily or noisy fellow
a man who is a stupid incompetent fool
Zany humour or a zany person is strange or eccentric in an amusing way. the zany humour of the Marx Brothers. = wacky. crazy or unusual in a way that is amusing (zanni type of clown, from Giovanni )
{i} clown, jester; fool
To mimic
a buffoon in one of the old comedies; imitates others for ludicrous effect
{s} crazy, wacky, ludicrous; clown
pungent adjectives of disesteem; "gave me a cockamamie reason for not going"; "wore a goofy hat"; "a silly idea"; "some wacky plan for selling more books"
like a clown; "a buffoonish walk"; "a clownish face"; "a zany sense of humor"
A merry-andrew; a buffoon
The state or condition of being zany
comparative of zany
superlative of zany
clownishly, in a jesting manner, mischievously
{i} buffoonery, clownishness, foolishness
A state or condition that is zany