Bez dara govora.
1. Lacking the human power of speech
2. of a person , often offensive; lacking the ability to speak
3. Temporarily unable to speak (as from shock or astonishment)
4. Not expressed in uttered words
5. Silent; also; Taciturn
6. Lacking some usual attribute or accompaniment; especially; having no means of self-propulsion
7. Lacking intelligence; stupid
8. Showing a lack of intelligence
9. Requiring no intelligence
10. Not having the capability to process data — compare intelligent
Having the appearance of being real but lacking capacity to function.
ETYM Latin inarticulatus; pref. in- not + articulatus articulate.
Without or deprived of the use of speech or words; SYN. unarticulate.
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.
ETYM Latin quiescens, -entis, p. pr. of quiescere: cf. French quiescent. Related to Quiesce.
1. Being quiet or still or inactive.
2. Causing no symptoms.
3. Marked by a state of tranquil repose.
4. Not active or activated.
5. Resting; dormant.
ETYM Latin silens, -entis, p. pr. of silere to be silent; akin to Goth. ana-silan.
1. Marked by absence of sound; SYN. soundless, still.
2. Having a frequency below or above the range of human audibility.
3. Not made to sound; SYN. unsounded.
4. (Of film) Having no spoken dialogue and usually no soundtrack.
Unable to speak temporarily; SYN. dumb.
Sinonimi: untuneful | unmelodious
Not having a musical sound or pleasing tune; SYN. untuneful, unmelodious.
1. Not expressed in or accompanied by words
2. Silent, speechless