listen to the pronunciation of ut
Turkish - Turkish
insanın üreme organı
Klasik Türk müziği araçlarından, iri karınlı, kirişli, mızrapla çalınan bir çalgı: "Ferhunde, burada sevdiği bir ut muallimiyle evlenip bahtiyar olmuştu."- R. N. Güntekin
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Klasik Türk müziği araçlarından, iri karınlı, kirişli, mızrapla çalınan bir çalgı
French - Turkish
[le] do
German - Turkish
English - English
Utah, a state of the United States of America
University of Texas, Austin TX
Syllable (formerly) used in solfège to represent the first note of a major scale
the local time at the 0 meridian passing through Greenwich, England; it is the same everywhere
the written abbreviation of Utah
Acronym for UnitTest
  Abbreviation for Universal Time
Unit Telescope
Upper Tester: The representation in ISO/IEC 9646 of the means of providing, during test execution, control and observation of the upper service boundary of the IUT, as defined by the chosen Abstract Test Method
the syllable naming the first (tonic) note of any major scale in solmization
The first note in Guido's musical scale, now usually superseded by do
{i} musical note C, first note of the hexachord scale invented by Guido d'Arezzo which has now been replaced by the first octaval syllable "do
United Trackers An organisation formed to try and bring the tracking scene together V
unit trainer
University of Tennessee
Saxon out, as Utoxeter, in Staffordshire; Utrecht, in Holland; “outer camp town”; the “out passage,” so called by Clotaire because it was the grand passage over or out of the Rhine before that river changed its bed Utmost is out or outer-most (See Utgard ) “Strain at [ut “out”] a gnat, and swallow a camel ”- Matt xxiii 24
a state in the western United States; settled in 1847 by Mormons led by Brigham Young
User Test
Universal Time
Universal Time, also called Greenwich Mean Time (GMT), a time measured with astronomical methods, corresponding to the mean solar time of the zero meridian
Turkish - English



    [ '&t, 'üt, 'ut ] (noun.) 14th century. From Latin ut, from the first word of ut queant laxis, a medieval hymn, where the first word in each line was taken to use for the names of the syllables of sol-fa.

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