Complete Definition of "music"

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English

rank|likely|beneath|conversation|835|music|direction|o'|eight

Pronunciation
AHD|myoÍo'zÄ­k, IPA|/ËmjuËzɪk/, SAMPA|/"mju:zIk/
audio|en-us-music.ogg|Audio (US)
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-uËzɪk|-uËzɪk

Etymology
French musique â Latin (ars) musica â Greek μοÏÏική (ÏέÏνη) "(art) of the Muses".

Noun
en-noun|- i|mass noun

  1. A sound, or the study of such sounds, organized in time in a melodious way.
  2. figurative Any pleasing or interesting sounds
  3. Something wonderful.

#: That's music to my ears!

  1. A guide to playing or singing a particular tune; sheet music.

Synonyms
melody
vibe

Derived terms
musical
musicality
musically
musician, muso
musicologist
musicology
pop music
world music

Translations
trans-top|sound, organized in time in a melodious way
Afrikaans: musiek
Albanian: muzikë f
Amharic: ááá
Arabic: Arab|ÙÙسÙÙÙ IPAchar|(musÄ«eqa) f
Armenian: Õ¥ÖÕ¡ÕªÕ·Õ¿Õ¸ÖÕ©ÕµÕ¸ÖÕ¶ (eražštutâyun)
Chinese: é³æ¨, é³ä¹ (yÄ«nyuè)
Czech: hudba f
Danish: t-|da|musik|c
Dutch: muziek f
Finnish: t+|fi|musiikki
French: musique f
German: Musik f
Greek: μοÏÏική (musicí) f
Hungarian: t|hu|zene, t|hu|muzsika
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Italian: musica f
Japanese: Jpan|é³æ¥½ (Jpan|ãããã, ongaku)
Korean: ìì [é³æ¨] (eumak)
Malayalam: à´¸à´à´àµà´¤à´ (samgeetham)
Maltese: mużika
Nahuatl: cuÄ«cayÅtl
Portuguese: música f
Russian: t-|ru|мÑзÑка|f|trmúzyka|scCyrl
Slovene: t+|sl|glasba|f
Spanish: música f
Swedish: musik c
Telugu: à°¸à°à°à±à°¤à° (sangeetam)
Thai: Thai|à¸à¸à¸à¸£à¸µ (dondtree)
Yiddish: ××××ק (muzik) f
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trans-top|any pleasing or interesting sounds
Danish: t-|da|musik|c
Finnish: t+|fi|musiikki
Hungarian: t|hu|zene, t|hu|muzsika
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Russian: t-|ru|мÑзÑка|f|trmúzyka|scCyrl
Slovene: t+|sl|glasba|f
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trans-top|something wonderful
Danish: t-|da|musik|c
Finnish: t+|fi|musiikki
Hungarian: t|hu|zene, t|hu|muzsika
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Russian: t-|ru|мÑзÑка|f|trmúzyka|scCyrl
Slovene: t+|sl|glasba|f
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trans-top|sheet music
Danish: noder p
Finnish: t-|fi|nuotti|p|alt=nuotit
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Hungarian: t|hu|kotta
Russian: t-|ru|ноÑÑ|f|p|trnóty|scCyrl
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ttbc|Afrikaans: musiek
ttbc|Alabama: olaachi
ttbc|Albanian: muzikë f
ttbc|Amharic: ááá
ttbc|Arabic: Arab|ÙÙسÙÙÙ (músiqa) f
ttbc|Armenian: Õ¥ÖÕ¡ÕªÕ·Õ¿Õ¸ÖÕ©ÕµÕ¸ÖÕ¶ (eražštutâyun)
ttbc|Azeri: not#Azeri|not, musiqi
ttbc|Basque: musika
ttbc|Belarusian: мÑзÑка (muzyka) f
ttbc|Bengali: (bAjnA)
ttbc|Breton: sonerezh m, muzik m -où p
ttbc|Bulgarian: мÑзика (muzika) f (1)
ttbc|Catalan: música f
Chinese:
ttbc|Simplified Chinese: ä¹ (yuè), é³ä¹ (yÄ«n yuè), ä¹æ² (yuè qÇ), æ²å­ (qÇzi)
ttbc|Traditional Chinese: æ¨, é³æ¨, æ¨æ², æ²å­
ttbc|Chamorro: música, dandan
ttbc|Croatian: t-|hr|glazba|f, t+|hr|muzika|f
ttbc|Dutch: muziek f (1,2), bladmuziek f (3)
ttbc|Esperanto: muziko
ttbc|Estonian: muusika
ttbc|Frisian: muzyk
ttbc|French: musique f
ttbc|German: Musik f (1,2,3,5,6), Noten f|p (4)
ttbc|Greek: μοÏÏική (musicí) f
ttbc|Haitian Creole: mizik
ttbc|Hawaiian: mele, pila hoʻokani
ttbc|Hebrew: ××ס××§× (musika) f ,×××××§× (muzika) f
ttbc|Hiligaynon: lanton
ttbc|Hindi: सà¤à¤à¥à¤¤ विदà¥à¤¯à¤¾, सà¤à¤à¥à¤¤, राà¤, लय, ताल, सà¥à¤°, सà¥à¤¸à¥à¤µà¤°, तालà¥à¤à¥à¤¯
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ttbc|Icelandic: tónlist
ttbc|Interlingua: musica
ttbc|Irish: ceol m1
ttbc|Italian: musica f
ttbc|Kiribati: te katangitang
ttbc|Korean: ìì [é³æ¨] (eumak)
ttbc|Latin: musica f
ttbc|Latvian: mūzika f
ttbc|Macedonian: мÑзика (muzika) f
ttbc|Malagasy: mozika
ttbc|Malayalam: à´¸à´à´àµà´¤à´ (samgeetham)
ttbc|Maltese: mużika
ttbc|Marathi: सà¤à¤à¥à¤¤
ttbc|Nahuatl: cuÄ«cayÅtl
ttbc|Norwegian: musikk m
ttbc|Old English: dream#Old English|drÄam
ttbc|Persian: FAchar|Ø¢ÙÙÚ¯ (âhang), FAchar|Ø®ÙÛا (xoniyâ)
ttbc|Polish: muzyka f
ttbc|Portuguese: música f
ttbc|Romanian: muzicÄ f
ttbc|Scottish Gaelic: ceòl
ttbc|Scots: muisic
ttbc|Serbian: glazba, glazbena, glazbene, glazbeni, glazbom
ttbc|Slovak: hudba f
ttbc|Spanish: música f
ttbc|Swahili: muziki
ttbc|Swedish: musik
ttbc|Telugu: à°¸à°à°à±à°¤à° (sangeetam)
ttbc|Thai: Thai|à¸à¸à¸à¸£à¸µ (dondtree)
ttbc|Turkish: müzik
ttbc|Ukrainian: мÑзика (muzyka) f
ttbc|Urdu: URchar|ÙÙسÛÙÛ (musiqi)
ttbc|Yiddish: ××××ק (muzik)
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See also
w:definition of music|Wikipedia article on the definition of music
MusicNovatory: the science of music encyclopedia

Category:1000 English basic words


Interlingua

Pronunciation
IPA|[Ëmuzik]

Adjective
music

  1. musical, of, or pertaining to music.

Synonyms
musical#Interlingua|musical

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