Verse burla

verse burla

What is a Burla?

Definition of burla 1 : a musical composition or movement of a humorous or playful and often boisterous character 2 : an interpolated comic episode in the commedia dell arte usually involving a practical joke — compare lazzo

What is the origin of the word burrula?

Probably from Vulgar Latin *burrula, diminutive of Late Latin burra (“nonsense, trickery”, literally “flock of wool”), possibly through the intermediate of Spanish burla . Borrowed from Spanish burla, of unknown origin. Uncertain.

What is the plural of Burle?

plural burle/ -​(ˌ)lā / or burlas. 1 : a musical composition or movement of a humorous or playful and often boisterous character.

What is the conjugation of burlar in Spanish?

Present él/ella/usted conjugation of burlar. Affirmative imperative tú conjugation of burlar. A feminine noun is almost always used with feminine articles and adjectives (e.g. la mujer bonita, la luna llena). El atleta tuvo que soportar las burlas del público.The athlete had to endure the taunts of the crowd.

What is a Burla in music?

Definition of burla. 1 : a musical composition or movement of a humorous or playful and often boisterous character. 2 : an interpolated comic episode in the commedia dell arte usually involving a practical joke — compare lazzo.

Who is the Burla family?

BURLA , family of Jerusalem rabbis from the 18 th century onward; members of the Burla family are also found in Greece and Turkey. israel jacob burla (d. 1798) is mentioned in 1770 as one of the seven leading scholars who headed the Jerusalem community.

What is the origin of the word burrula?

Probably from Vulgar Latin *burrula, diminutive of Late Latin burra (“nonsense, trickery”, literally “flock of wool”), possibly through the intermediate of Spanish burla . Borrowed from Spanish burla, of unknown origin. Uncertain.

Who was Jacob Burla?

BURLA , family of Jerusalem rabbis from the 18 th century onward; members of the Burla family are also found in Greece and Turkey. israel jacob burla (d. 1798) is mentioned in 1770 as one of the seven leading scholars who headed the Jerusalem community. He was a member of the bet din of Yom Tov Algazi, and later av bet din.

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