mute

  1. a deaf person who is unable to speak
  2. a device used to soften the tone of a musical instrument

Mute

Dropping of longwings, orig,OFr: meutir= to melt
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Mute

hawk droppings.
Found on http://operationdeltaduck.com/blog/falconry-glossary/

MUTE

The MUTE Network (or MUTE-net) is an unmaintained peer-to-peer file sharing network developed with anonymity in mind. The MUTE client is open source software released under the Public domain and includes support for the Linux, Mac OS X and Microsoft Windows computer operating systems. ==History of MUTE== MUTE was developed by Jason Rohrer using a ...
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mute

(from the article `instrumentation`) The string mute is a device that softens the tone of the instrument. Muting is also used by brass instruments, particularly the trumpet and trombone, ...
Found on http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/m/145

Mute

(from the article `submarine`) ...a more ambitious undersea craft. This new submarine was to carry 100 men and be powered by a steam engine. Fulton died before the craft was ...
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mute

(mūt) unable or unwilling to speak, such as because of deafness. to muffle or soften a sound.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/21001

mute

[adj] - lacking power of speech 2. [adj] - expressed without speech 3. [n] - a deaf person who is unable to speak 4. [n] - a device used to soften the tone of a musical instrument
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Mute

• (v. t.) To cast off; to molt. • (a.) Incapable of speaking; dumb. • (n.) One who, from deafness, either congenital or from early life, is unable to use articulate language; a deaf-mute. • (a.) Not speaking; uttering no sound; silent. • (n.) The dung of birds. • (n.) One who does not speak, whether from physical inabi...
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mute

adjective unable to speak because of hereditary deafness
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mute

tongueless adjective lacking power of speech
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Mute

[magazine] Mute is a British online magazine that covers a wide spectrum of subjects related to cyberculture, artistic practice, left wing politics, urban regeneration, biopolitics, direct democracy, net art, the commons, horizontality and UK arts. Founded in 1994 by art school graduates Simon Worthington and Pauline van Mourik Broekman, th...
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Mute

[music] A mute is a device fitted to a musical instrument to alter the sound produced: by affecting the timbre, reducing the volume, or most commonly both. == Musical directions for muting == The use of a mute is usually indicated in musical notation by the direction con sordino (often abbreviated con sord, sord, sordino). (Sordina, with pl...
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Mute

[short story] `Mute` is a short story by author Stephen King, first appearing in Playboy Magazine in 2007 and in 2008 included in his collection Just After Sunset. In 2013, it was adapted into a short film by British director Jacqueline Wright, starring Patrick Ryecart. ==Plot summary== Monette, a middle-aged traveling book salesman (his fi...
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Mute

[soup] Mute is a Colombian cuisine soup from Boyacá and Santander departments. The word may be used as slang for a whole corn soup in other areas. In Santander cuisine, ingredients include pork parts, corn, and vegetables. In Boyaca, beef and potato seem to be used more commonly. Goat meat can also used. ...
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Mute

Mute (mūt) transitive verb [ Latin mutare to change. See Molt .] To cast off; to molt. « Have I muted all my feathers?» Beau. & Fl.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/webster/M/121

Mute

Mute adjective [ Latin mutus ; confer Greek ... to shut, Sanskrit m...ta bound, m...ka dumb: confer Middle English muet , from French muet , a dim. of Old French mu , Latin mutus .] 1. Not speaking; uttering no sound; silent. « All the ...
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Mute

Mute noun The dung of birds. Hudibras.
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Mute

Mute transitive verb & i. [ French mutir , émeutir , Old French esmeltir , from OD. smelten , prop., to melt. See Smelt .] To eject the contents of the bowels; -- said of birds. B. Jonson.
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mute

1. One who does not speak, whether from physical inability, unwillingness, or other cause. Specifically: One who, from deafness, either congenital or from early life, is unable to use articulate language; a deaf-mute. ... A person employed by undertakers at a funeral. ... A person whose part in a play does not require him to speak. ... Among the Tu...
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Mute

A control found on receivers, some mixers, and certain signal processing units that silences (mutes)
Found on http://www.superglossary.com/Glossary/Technology/Home_Audio/

Mute

A device fitted to a musical instrument to alter the sound produced â€` normally reducing the volume
Found on http://www.philharmonia.co.uk/thesoundexchange/projects/glossary/glossary.h

MUTE

hawk droppings.
Found on http://www.ohiofalconry.org/glossary.html

mute

In music, any device used to dampen the vibration of an instrument and so affect the tone. Orchestral strings apply a form of clamp to the bridge – the change is used to dramatic effect by Bartók in the opening bars of Music for Strings, Percussion, and Celesta (1936). Brass instruments use the hand or a plug of metal o...
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Mute

Mechanical device used to muffle the sound of an instrument.
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