rib·ald·ry /ˈrɪbəldri ||ˈraɪ-/
Rib·ald·ry n. The talk of a ribald; low, vulgar language; indecency; obscenity; lewdness; -- now chiefly applied to indecent language, but formerly, as by Chaucer, also to indecent acts or conduct.
The ribaldry of his conversation moved ░stonishment even in that age. --Macaulay.
n 1: ribald humor
2: behavior or language bordering on indelicacy [syn: gaminess,