E. Cobham Brewer 18101897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
in Careys burlesque of Chrononhotonthologos.
Rigdum Funnidos. A sobriquet given by Sir Walter Scott to John Ballantyne, his publisher. So called because he was full of fun. (17761821.)
A quick, active, intrepid little fellow, full of fun and merriment, all over quaintness and humorous mimicry, a keen and skilful devotee of all manner of field-sports from fox-hunting to badger-baiting inclusive.Lockhart.