[muhf-ler] /ˈmʌf lər/
a scarf worn around one’s neck for warmth.
any of various devices for deadening sound, as the sound of escaping gases of an internal-combustion engine.
anything used for sound.
Armor. a mittenlike glove worn with a mail hauberk.
a thick scarf, collar, etc
(US & Canadian) any device designed to reduce noise, esp the tubular device containing baffle plates in the exhaust system of a motor vehicle Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) silencer
something that muffles
1530s as a kind of wrap for the throat, agent noun from muffle (v.); as an automobile exhaust system silencer, it is attested from 1895.
(Isa. 3:19), veils, light and tremulous. Margin, “spangled ornaments.”
[muhf-uh-let-uh] /ˌmʌf əˈlɛt ə/ noun 1. a thick, round sandwich similar to a hero, typically containing ham, salami, and cheeses and topped with an olive salad, a specialty of New Orleans.
[muhf] /mʌf/ noun 1. a thick, tubular case for the hands, covered with fur or other material, used by women and girls for warmth and as a handbag. 2. a bungled or clumsy action or performance. 3. Sports. a failure to hold onto a ball that may reasonably be expected to be caught successfully. 4. […]
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A functional language for hardware design, a predecessor of Ruby.