They have laughing wisdom and swift wisdom, and are endowed with freedom (Ven. Sujato transl).
hāsapañño javanapañño vimuttiyā ca samannāgato SN 55.24.
Hāsu° (of uncertain origin) occurs with hāsa° in combn with °pañña and is customarily taken in meaning “of bright knowledge” (i. e. hāsa+paññā), wise, clever. The syn. javanapañña points to a meaning like “quick-witted,” thus implying “quick” also in hāsu. Kern, Toev. i.134 puts forth the ingenious expln that hāsu is a “cockneyism” for āsu=Sk. āśu “quick,” which does not otherwise occur in Pāli. Thus his expln remains problematic.
javanapañña - quick-witted
hāsa - laughter; mirth, joy (PTS dictionary, pp 808-809)
What is laughing wisdom and swift wosdom?