occurring only in the title of Psalm 9. Some interpret the words as meaning “on the death of Labben,” some unknown person. Others render the word, “on the death of the son;” i.e., of Absalom (2 Sam. 18:33). Others again have taken the word as the name of a musical instrument, or as the name of an air to which the psalm was sung.
/ˈmʊtɪ/ noun 1. (South African, informal) medicine, esp herbal medicine /ˈmʊtɪ/ noun 1. Riccardo (rɪˈkɑːdəʊ). born 1941, Italian conductor: musical director of Philharmonia Orchestra, London (1979–82), Philadelphia Orchestra (1980–92), and La Scala, Milan (1986–2005)
[myoo-ti-kuh s] /ˈmyu tɪ kəs/ adjective 1. Botany. having no pointed process or awn; awnless. 2. Also, mutic [myoo-tik] /ˈmyu tɪk/ (Show IPA). Zoology. lacking certain defensive structures, as spines or claws. /ˈmjuːtɪkəs/ adjective 1. (botany) lacking an awn, spine, or point Also muticate
[myoot-l-eyt] /ˈmyut lˌeɪt/ verb (used with object), mutilated, mutilating. 1. to injure, disfigure, or make imperfect by removing or irreparably damaging parts: Vandals mutilated the painting. 2. to deprive (a person or animal) of a limb or other essential part. /ˈmjuːtɪˌleɪt/ verb (transitive) 1. to deprive of a limb, essential part, etc; maim; dismember 2. […]
- Mutilating keratoderma
mutilating keratoderma mu·ti·lat·ing keratoderma (myōōt’l-ā’tĭng) n. An inherited keratoderma of the extremities that develops during childhood and is characterized by fibrous bands around the middle phalanx of the fingers or toes that may cause spontaneous amputation. Also called Vohwinkel syndrome.