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Whim·si·cal

Playfully quaint or fanciful, especially in an appealing and amusing way.

 

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Whimsical and the related nouns whim and whimsy all ultimately derive from whim-wham, a noun from the early 16th century that originally referred to an ornamental object or trinket. Later whim-wham, with its fun sound, came to refer to a fantastic notion or odd fancy.

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