Bokeh (BOH-kay) is “the aesthetic quality of the blur produced in out-of-focus parts of an image” and the word is Japanese in origin meaning ‘blur’ or ‘haze’.
Yes that information is 100% from the annals of Wikipedia so bless our tiny toes if that’s not all correct, though you’d forgive us for thinking the Madarch are the type of pranksters to alter Wikipedia entrances for ‘japes, banter and miscellaneous hilarity’.
They’d probably change it to “bokeh is the sound you make when you sneeze whilst trying to confirm that something is okay”.
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