ETYM Latin mutus; cf. Greek myein to shut, Skr. muta bound, muka dumb: cf. Old Eng. muet, from French muet, a dim. of Old Fren. mu, Latin mutus.
1. Expressed without speech; especially because words would be inappropriate or inadequate; SYN. tongueless, unspoken, wordless.
2. Lacking power of speech; SYN. tongueless.
2. Prenosno: ćutljiv, šutljiv;
3. Mucav (nem.)
Bez dara govora.
Sinonimi: deaf-mute | deaf-and-dumb person
1. A deaf person who is unable to speak; SYN. deaf-mute, deaf-and-dumb person.
2. A device used to soften the tone of a musical instrument.