[myoo-tiz-uh m] /ˈmyu tɪz əm/
an inability to speak, due to a physical defect, conscious refusal, or psychogenic inhibition.
the state of being mute
“state of being mute,” 1824, from French mutisme (1741), from Latin mutus (see mute (adj.)).
mutism mut·ism (myōō’tĭz’əm)
Absence of the faculty of speech.
muton mu·ton (myōō’tŏn’) n. The smallest unit of a chromosome in which alteration can be effective in causing a mutation.
[moo-tsoo-hee-taw] /ˈmu tsʊˈhi tɔ/ noun 1. 1852–1912, emperor of Japan 1867–1912. /ˌmuːtsʊˈhiːtəʊ/ noun 1. See Meiji
[muht] /mʌt/ noun, Slang. 1. a dog, especially a mongrel. 2. a stupid or foolish person; simpleton. /mʌt/ noun (slang) 1. an inept, ignorant, or stupid person 2. a mongrel dog; cur n. 1901, “stupid or foolish person,” American English, probably a shortening of muttonhead (1803); meaning “a dog,” especially “a mongrel” is from 1904, […]
noun 1. a very short and a very tall person who are paired as companions, teammates, or associates. comic strip characters Augustus Mutt and Jim Jeffries, in U.S. cartoonist Henry Conway (“Bud”) Fisher’s strip, which debuted in 1907. Used allusively from 1917 in reference to “a pair of stupid men, affable losers,” or to one […]