Burlˊesk, or Burlesque

Burlˊesk, or Burle’sque [burlesque (F.) of burlesco (It. and Sp.)]
a Kind of Poetry, Merry, Jocular, and bordering on Ridicule, is a Sort of Verse proper for lampoon; but it is a Manner of Verifying harder to be acquired, than that which is most harmonious and beautiful. The more the feet hobble in most places, the more perfect is the measure; as for harmony, that is little minded in Burlesque.

Definition taken from The Universal Etymological English Dictionary, edited by Nathan Bailey (1736)

Bumiceˊlli [among the Africans] [next]
Bolus [with Physicians]
Bolus [according to Dr. Grew]
Bomb [Hieroglyphically]
Boviˊllans [with Cooks]
Braˊnches [with Architects]
Bumiceˊlli [among the Africans]
Burlˊesk, or Burle’sque