From SN 55.24, I found the terms "laughing wisdom" and "swift wisdom". What do they mean?
They have laughing wisdom and swift wisdom, and are endowed with freedom.
hāsapañño javanapañño vimuttiyā ca samannāgato.
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Footnotes 50 and 51 from Piya Tan's analysis of SN 55.24:
Of joyous wisdom,” hāsa,pañña, alt tr “of laughing wisdom” (from hasa, “laughter, mirth, joy”). “Here one with much joy [laughter], mirth, contentment and gladness perfects the virtues: this is joyous wisdom” (Pm 21.17/ 2:199 f). Comys mention hāsa,paā (joyous wisdom), javana,paā (quick wisdom) [see foll n], tikkha,paā (sharp wisdom, which cuts off all defilements) and nibbedhika,paā (penetrating wisdom, by which one maintains dispassion toward all formations) (DA 3:391-393, 4:84-86; MA 4:84; SA 1:120-123, 2:85 f; AA 2:85; ThaA 3:106 f; NmA 1:231 f; cf PmA 3:640 on hasa,paā)
“Of quick wisdom,” javana,pañña. This refers to one who quickly understands that the 5 aggregates are all impermanent, suffering and non-self (Pm 21.18/2:200). See prev n.
"Pm" is the Patisambhidā Magga.