English version

raillery

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrailleryrail‧le‧ry /ˈreɪləri/ noun [uncountable]  formalJOKE friendly joking about someone affectionate raillery
Examples from the Corpus
railleryI got an affectionate send-off from my colleagues, along with much raillery and leg-pulling.The raillery with which he had spoken to her in her early days at Vetch Street had changed its nature.She was greeted with raillery from her fellow workers, but Jason surprisingly wasn't around.
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