Complete Definition of "muse"

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English

Etymology
From L. Musa.

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

Noun
wikipedia
en-noun

  1. A source of inspiration, especially a woman providing inspiration for a male artist.

Translations
trans-top|a source of inspiration
Breton: awen f
Danish: Muse
Dutch: Muze
Finnish: muusa
French: Muse
German: Muse f
Italian: muse
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Interlingua: musa
Latin: Musae
Luxembourgish: Muse
Polish: muza f
Portuguese: musa f
Russian: мÑза f (Muza)
Serbian:
:Cyrillic: мÑзе
:Roman: muza
Swedish: musa c
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Related terms
museum
music

Verb
en-verb|mus|ing

  1. intransitive To become lost in thought, to ponder.

Translations
trans-top|to become lost in thought
Dutch: mijmeren, nadenken
Finnish: pohtia, haikailla, mietiskellä, tuumia
French: songer
German: grübeln
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Italian

Noun
muse f plural

  1. plural of musa, Muses

fr:muse
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