A medieval entertainer which traveled from place to destination, especially to sing and recite poetry.
A lyric poet.
A performer in a minstrel tv show.
A medieval traveling entertainer that would sing and recite poetry, frequently to his very own music accompaniment.
One of a troupe of entertainers just who wore black makeup (blackface) to present a number show of tune, dance and banjo music; today considered racist.
at the center Ages, certainly one of an order of men whom subsisted because of the arts of poetry and music, and sang passages towards the accompaniment of a harp or any other instrument; today, a poet; a bard; a singer and harper; a musician.
A musician, especially person who sings or recites toward accompaniment of devices.
ergo Any poet or musician. [Poetical.]3, Originally, one of a class of singers of negro tunes and delineators of life from the Southern plantations which originated from the United States about 1830: known as negro minstrels, while they are white males whose faces and hands are blackened with burnt cork.