musing

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Definition von musing im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

MUSE
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Arı, nahl
muse
çizme
Englisch - Englisch
thought, meditation, contemplation

daydreaming or imaginative musings.

Absorbed in thought; contemplative
Present participle of muse
a calm lengthy intent consideration
persistently or morbidly thoughtful
{i} pondering, reflection, solemn contemplation
muse
To say (something) with due consideration or thought
muse
A source of inspiration
muse
To become lost in thought, to ponder
muse
An act of musing; a period of thoughtfulness

still he sate long time astonished / As in great muse, ne word to creature spake.

muse
A poet
muse
{n} the power of poetry, deep thought, study
muse
{v} to ponder, think close, pause, wonder
Muse
One of the nine Ancient Greek deities of the arts
Muse
{i} poet's source of inspiration; (Greek Mythology) any of nine goddesses who are associated with inspiration and creativity for the arts (poetry, music, fine art, etc.)
muse
Gk muse: in the pantheon, they are the Greek art deities
muse
To wonder
muse
A particular power and practice of poetry
muse
the source of an artist's inspiration; "Euterpe was his muse"
muse
One kind of MUD - usually with little or no violence See also: MUD
muse
A poet; a bard
muse
Contemplation which abstracts the mind from passing scenes; absorbing thought; hence, absence of mind; a brown study
muse
A project for music content, which is 50% funded by the European Commission as part of the ESPRIT programme
muse
the source of an artist's inspiration; "Euterpe was his muse" in ancient Greek mythology any of 9 daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne; protector of an art or science
muse
(Multi-User Simulated Environment)
muse
(Gk- a Muse, music, eloquence; pron myooz): in Greek mythology, a goddess of artistic inspiration; any of the nine nymphs or inferior divinities who supervised and inspired the fine and liberal arts, including history, poetry, comedy, music,dancing, rhetoric, sacred hymns, and harmony
muse
(Multi-User Simulated Environment) -- One kind of MUD -- usually with little or no violence See Also: MOO , MUD
muse
To wonder at
muse
To think closely; to study in silence; to meditate
muse
One kind of MUD - usually with little or no violence Acronym stands for Multi-User Simulated Environment
muse
One kind of MUD - usually with little or no violence See also: MOO, MUD
muse
(Multi-User Shared Environment) -- A kind of MUD - usually with little or no violence See Also: MOO , MUD
muse
Multi-User Simulated Environment -- One kind of MUD - usually with little or no violence Related Topic: MOO , MUD [Back to The Top]
muse
To be absent in mind; to be so occupied in study or contemplation as not to observe passing scenes or things present; to be in a brown study
muse
One of the nine daughters of Zeus who preside over the arts and inspire humankind in Greek mythology (Webster's)
muse
{f} ponder on reflectively, meditate on something in silent wonder, think about pensively
muse
(n ) See also MUD Acronym for Multi User Simulated Environments Another specific implementation of a MUD system, hosted at BBN/GTE Internetworking, MUSEs support multiple participants collaborating in real time to construct a virtual world
muse
A gap or hole in a hedge, hence, wall, or the like, through which a wild animal is accustomed to pass; a muset
muse
A muse is a person, usually a woman, who gives someone, usually a man, a desire to create art, poetry, or music, and gives them ideas for it. Once she was a nude model and muse to French artist Henri Matisse. In Greco-Roman religion and myth, any of a group of sister goddesses, daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne (Memory). A festival was held in their honour every four years near Mount Helicon, the centre of their cult in Greece. They probably began as the patron goddesses of poets, though later their range was extended to include all the liberal arts and sciences. Nine Muses are usually named: Calliope (heroic or epic poetry), Clio (history), Erato (lyric or love poetry), Euterpe (music or flutes), Melpomene (tragedy), Polyhymnia (sacred poetry or mime), Terpsichore (dancing and choral song), Thalia (comedy), and Urania (astronomy)
muse
(Multi-User Simulated Environment) -- One kind of MUD - usually with little or no violence See Also: MOO, MUD
muse
To think on; to meditate on
muse
reflect deeply on a subject; "I mulled over the events of the afternoon"; "philosophers have speculated on the question of God for thousands of years"; "The scientist must stop to observe and start to excogitate"
muse
One of the nine goddesses who presided over song and the different kinds of poetry, and also the arts and sciences; often used in the plural
muse
Wonder, or admiration
muse
One kind of MUD - usually with little or no violence
muse
If you muse on something, you think about it, usually saying or writing what you are thinking at the same time. Many of the papers muse on the fate of the President `As a whole,' she muses, `the `organized church' turns me off' He once mused that he would have voted Labour in 1964 had he been old enough. + musing musings mus·ing His musings were interrupted by Montagu who came and sat down next to him
muse
One kind of MUD, usually with little or no violence
muse
(Multi-User Simulated Environment)-- One kind of MUD, usually with little or no violence See Also: MOO , MUD
muse
in ancient Greek mythology any of 9 daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne; protector of an art or science
muse
(Multi-User Simulated Environment) -- One kind of MUD - usually with little or no violence See Also: MOO , MUD
musingly
In a musing manner
musingly
in a reflective manner; "`It's funny about that bar,' he said musingly
musingly
in a reflective manner; "`It's funny about that bar,' he said musingly"
musingly
while pondering, thoughtfully, meditatively
musings
plural of musing; thoughts; ideas
musing

    Silbentrennung

    mus·ing

    Türkische aussprache

    myuzîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈmyo͞ozəɴɢ/ /ˈmjuːzɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ 'myüz ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French muser to gape, idle, muse, from muse mouth of an animal, from Medieval Latin musus.

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