Complete Definition of "Muse"

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English

Etymology
From Latin Musa.

Pronunciation
myoÍoz, /mjuËz/, /<tt>mju:z</tt>/
:Homophones: mews
:Rhymes:English:-uËz|Rhymes: -uËz

Noun
en-noun

  1. One of the nine Ancient Greek deities of the arts.

Translations

Breton: muzenn f muzezed p
Danish: Muse
Dutch: muse, Nadenken
Finnish: muusa
French: Muse
German: Muse f
Greek: ÎοÏÏÎµÏ (Mouses)
Italian: Musa, musa f
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Latin: Musa
Luxembourgish: Muse
Interlingua: musa
Polish: muza f
Portuguese: musa f
Russian: мÑза (muza}
Serbian:
:Cyrillic: ÐÑзе
:Roman: muze
Slovene: muza f
Spanish: Musa
Swedish: Musa

Related terms
museum
music


German

Noun
Muse (plural: Musen)

  1. A Muse (deity).
  2. A source of inspiration.

de:Muse
fr:Muse

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